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firehead11111

  • one year ago

At the beginning of a game, two players each pick a card at random from a standard deck and hold it in his or her hand. Which multiplication expression can be used to find the probability that Kit picks a heart then Oscar picks a diamond?

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  1. SamuelAlden917
    • one year ago
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    There are 13 hearts and 13 diamonds in a 52-card deck. When Kit picks a card, the chance to draw a heart is 13/52 When Oscar picks a card, if Kit has replaced the card he drew into the deck, he has a 13/52 chance to draw a diamond. If Kit has kept his card, then there are 51 more cards in the deck and the chance for a diamonds is 13/51. The correct answer is either 13/52*13/52 or 13/52*13*51, depending on what Kit does with his card.

  2. firehead11111
    • one year ago
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    thanks again

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