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a standard deck of cards has 52 cards. we have 4 kings, 2 of them are balck and 2 of them are red. what is the probability of pulling a black card?

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please answer quickly :)

- Michele_Laino

we have 13 black cards, so the requested probability is:
\(favorable\;outcomes/possible\;outcomes=...?\)

- anonymous

i dont know how to do that :(

- Michele_Laino

favorable outcomes=13, possible outcomes=52, so
probability=13/52=...?

- anonymous

0.25

- Michele_Laino

ok! it is \(25\%\)

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please wait a moment

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would that question be experimental or theoretical ? @Michele_Laino

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- Michele_Laino

I think theoretical

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ok next!

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lets say i ask you topull a black king out of the deck of cards, and you keep it, then i ask you to pull another black card, would the second pull be independent or dependent?

- Michele_Laino

the probability to get a black king is 2/52=...?
If, after the first draw, I put the card into the deck, then the the first draw and the second draw, are independent events

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next!

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give me an example of an impossible event

- Michele_Laino

an impossible event is to get number seven throwing a dice

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next!

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please wait a moment

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What is the probability of landing on heads on the 200 th flip on a coin? @Michele_Laino

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