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A card is selected at random in a standard deck of 52 cards.

What is the probability of selecting a red suit or a king?

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The number of cards in a deck is 52. In these 52 cards number of red cards is 26 and number of black cards is 26. Total number of king cards is 4 and in 4 king cards 2 are red ...

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