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--What are the odds that you will pick an ace from a standard deck of 52 cards.-- Is is 1:12 or 1:14? Please Help

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is that the only options you have?
no, there is also 2:13 and 5:21
hmmm only 1 ace?

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doesnt seem right if it's only 1 ace because if you divide 52 by 4(how many aces are in a deck) it comes out to be 13 so chances will be 1/13 if only one ace
That is what I thought!!! I was so confused because it is a MC question. So then my next step was to guess and hope I got the answer they are looking for but obviously 12 and 14 are close to 13 so I couldn't decide which one to place a bet on...
idk i would go with 2/13
okay thank you for your time

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