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Two cards are drawn from a deck without replacement. What is the probability that both cards are red?

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  1. anonymous
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    there are 52 cards in a deck. 26 are red and 26 are black. the probability of drawing one red card out of all the cards are 26/52 or 1/2. the probability of drawing a 2nd red card is 25/51 because there is one less red card in the deck. to find the probability of drawing both cards red, we multiply 1/2 by 25/51 and we get 25/102.

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    thanks!

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