You have a 3-card deck containing a king, a queen, and a jack. You pick a card, put it back, and pick another. What is the probability that you do not pick the same card twice?

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You have a 3-card deck containing a king, a queen, and a jack. You pick a card, put it back, and pick another. What is the probability that you do not pick the same card twice?

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use this tree diagram there are 9 possible paths you need to count the paths containing no duplicats
1/3?

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no Thats the probabilty of picking the same card twice
you need JQ , JK etc
okay for example JQ would be 2/3?
I'm little confused
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- you need the paths in blue
In Blue?
well different color
so jqk, qjk, and kjq
JQ JK etc
yes
you said the correct answer already
2/3?
there are 6 of these out of a possible 9
right do you follow it now?
6/9 which reduces to 2/3 :]
yea
Is that the answer to the problem, 2/3?
yes
Thank you =]
do you understand the tree diagram?
yw
Yes, you took the main cards and listed the possible outcomes for each one
thats right each path in the diagram illustrate one of the 9 possible outcomes
Yes :D Thanks Again!
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