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3.) A card is selected from an ordinary deck of 52 cards. What is the probability of getting (Example 2 on page 158) (show your work)

  1. A.)  a face card that is a club

  2. B.)  an ace and a queen

  3. C.)  a jack or a spade

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Step 1

a)Face cards are of jack, queen and king in each suit.

Therefore in the suit of clubs there will be total 3 face cards

Probability that the card selected is face card nd is club = 3/52 = 0.057692

Answer a) 0.057692

Step 2

b) A card can not be both ace and queen

The probability that a card...

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