than 4.Two Sheets of Paper In Exercises 5-7, if two of the samenine sheets of paper mentioned above are selected, withoutreplacement, from the hat, determine the probability that5. both numbers are less than 3.6. the first number is odd and the second number is even.7. neither of the numbers is greater than 6.8. One card is selected at random from a standard deck of52 cards. Determine the probability that the card selectedis a red card or a picture card.

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than 4.
Two Sheets of Paper In Exercises 5-7, if two of the same
nine sheets of paper mentioned above are selected, without
replacement, from the hat, determine the probability that
5. both numbers are less than 3.
6. the first number is odd and the second number is even.
7. neither of the numbers is greater than 6.
8. One card is selected at random from a standard deck of
52 cards. Determine the probability that the card selected
is a red card or a picture card.
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than 4. Two Sheets of Paper In Exercises 5-7, if two of the same nine sheets of paper mentioned above are selected, without replacement, from the hat, determine the probability that 5. both numbers are less than 3. 6. the first number is odd and the second number is even. 7. neither of the numbers is greater than 6. 8. One card is selected at random from a standard deck of 52 cards. Determine the probability that the card selected is a red card or a picture card.

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Hello. The information about the nine sheets of paper is missing in the question and hence we are not able to answer Exercises 5–7. We will answer Exercise 8 as it could be answered without the missing information. If you want any other particular question to be answered, please submit that question with complete information.

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  1. Probability of red card or a picture card:

There are 26 red (13 hearts + 13 diamonds) cards available in a standard deck of 52 cards.

There are 12 picture cards in a standard deck of 52 cards.

Let the event A be the red cards available in a standar...

P(A or B) P(A)+P(B)
26 12
52 52
38
52
-0.7308
+
OO
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P(A or B) P(A)+P(B) 26 12 52 52 38 52 -0.7308 + OO

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