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Find the probability of dealing two red cards from a standard deck of cards.

Step 1

In a standard deck of cards, there are 52 cards in total out of which there are 26 red cards and 26 black cards.

The probability of drawing first red cards is,

P(1^{st} red card) = Number of red cards/Total number of cards = 26/52

Step 2

So, after selecting a red card, this particular is not placed back in the deck making the total number of cards in deck now 51 and ...

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