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The probability of two events that are not mutually exclusive may be calculated using the formula [IMAGE BELOW]. In other words, the probability of [IMAGE BELOW]occurring is the sum of the probabilities, minus the probability that 2004-06-03-04-00_files/i0340003.jpg and 2004-06-03-04-00_files/i0340004.jpg occurred. Using this formula, calculate the probability of drawing a black card or any ten on a single random draw from a standard 52-card deck. WILL GIVE MEDAL AND BECOME A FAN

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  1. anonymous
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  2. snivvles.com
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    be there in a sec

  3. anonymous
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    ok

  4. snivvles.com
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    4 10's

  5. snivvles.com
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    13 blacks

  6. snivvles.com
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    one of those blacks is a ten

  7. snivvles.com
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    so 13+4-1

  8. anonymous
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    16

  9. snivvles.com
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    OH WAit

  10. snivvles.com
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    26 blacks

  11. snivvles.com
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    because spades and clubs

  12. snivvles.com
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    4 tens

  13. snivvles.com
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    2 of those tens are black so

  14. snivvles.com
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    26+4-2

  15. snivvles.com
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    or 28

  16. snivvles.com
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    divided by all of the cards in the deck, or 52

  17. anonymous
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    so it could be b or c

  18. snivvles.com
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    so 7/13

  19. snivvles.com
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    so C

  20. anonymous
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    ok thankkss

  21. anonymous
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    one more question for reassurance

  22. anonymous
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    A sock drawer contains winter socks and summer socks. Both varieties come in two colors: white and black. There is a pair of each combination. If a sock is selected randomly, what is the probability it will be a black sock or a summer sock? 0.25 i think is the answer

  23. anonymous
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    is anyone here?

  24. snivvles.com
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    oh hang on a sec

  25. snivvles.com
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    black- 2 summer- 2 black and summer- 1 2+2-1

  26. snivvles.com
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    3

  27. snivvles.com
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    okay?

  28. anonymous
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    A.0.333 B.0.667 C.0.750 D.1

  29. snivvles.com
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    a 3/4 chance so .750 because there are 4 socks

  30. snivvles.com
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    Okay?

  31. anonymous
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    ok thank you

  32. snivvles.com
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    no prob

  33. anonymous
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    hey can i make a new page with the last two questions

  34. snivvles.com
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    yes, but i'm eating dinner now. 5 minutes? 15, tops

  35. anonymous
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    okay sure thank you so much!!!!!!

  36. anonymous
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    sorrry to bother you

  37. snivvles.com
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    no problem. i'm baaaaack!

  38. anonymous
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    OK

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