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  • one year ago

Don randomly draws two cards from a standard deck of 52 cards. He does not replace the first card. What is the probability that both cards are aces?

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  1. anonymous
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    @DaBest21

  2. Jack_Prism
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    4/52

  3. anonymous
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    at first 4/52 cards are aces then he takes and doesn't replace one so 3/51 now what is 3*4 @thisotherliz

  4. Jack_Prism
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    there are only 4 aces in a deck and da best would be right, sorry my mistake

  5. anonymous
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    12

  6. anonymous
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    now do 52*51

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    2652

  8. anonymous
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    yes so 12/2652 which simplifies to 1/221

  9. anonymous
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    for further problems know that if it doesn't say he/she replaced whatever item was took out then make it into fractions with the total going down each time its like if u had 5 cookies and u ate 1 u wouldn't still have 5 u would have 4 so that would at first be 5/5 (because they are all cookies) then for the second cookie its 4/4 if it says it was replaced just don't change the total amount Plz ask me for more help but also read all of this @thisotherliz

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