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Probability is my Problem
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how many cards are black?
anonymous
  • anonymous
1

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anonymous
  • anonymous
actually instead of doing this the math teacher way, lets just think there are two black suits hold the phone... 1??
anonymous
  • anonymous
ever seen a deck of cards?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes in a way
anonymous
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do you know what the suits are ?
Astrophysics
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|dw:1440423007754:dw| this one is probably better
anonymous
  • anonymous
what you need to know is that there are two black suits \(\spadesuit\) and \(\clubsuit\)
anonymous
  • anonymous
one of of the two are \(\clubsuit\)'s
anonymous
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So how do you know that like how do you know how many black cards there are
anonymous
  • anonymous
And by my understanding the answer is C
anonymous
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yes, half of the black cards are clubs, the other half spades
anonymous
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Thank you for explaining

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