What is the probability that the card drawn is a face card or a red card?
p(A) + p(B) – p(A and B) is therefore equal to 26/52 + 12/52 – 6/52 = 32/52. the probability that you will have a red card or a face card is equal to 32/52.
What is the probability of getting a red face card from a deck of 52 cards?
There are 4 suits in a pack of cards, 2 of which are red. Each suit has 13 cards, so there are 2⋅13=26 red cards total. Now there are 52 cards in total, P(Red face card)=Number of red face cardsNumber of cards total=2652=12 .
What’s the probability you will draw a face card?
Assume that the face card is put back in after each draw, so that you are selecting from a full deck each time." The way I tried to reason was that there are 16 face cards in a 52 deck, so the chance of picking a face card is 16/52 = about 30% a time.
What is the probability of pulling a red card from a deck of cards?
In a standard deck of 52 cards, half of them are red (hearts and diamonds) and the other half are black (clubs and spades). Which makes the odds of picking a red card at random 50%.