In 3-6 use the sample space given in Example 9.1.1. Write each event as a set and compute its probability.
The event that the chosen card is red and is not a face card.
The probability that the chosen card is red and is not a face card.
There is a well shuffled deck of a card. This contains 52 cards divided into 4 suits Diamond, Heart, Spade and Club. Out of those 52 cards 26 are Red and 26 are Black. Each suit contains 13 cards. There are 12 face cards, 3 in each suits Jack, Queen and King.
Let’s assume that E represents the no
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