What is the probability of getting a red jack in a deck of cards?
There are 2 red jacks in a deck and 2 black queens in a deck so you have a total of 4 total possible cards that will satisfy your condition out of 52 total in a deck so that would be 4/52 or 1/13 of the time you condition would be met. Statistically 7.6% of the time you will get a red jack or a black queen.
What is the probability of drawing a red card or a king?
Provided a standard poker deck of 52 cards (4 faces; values 2 through 10 and Jack, Queen, King, Ace) the probability of getting red is 0.5 since 2 of the 4 faces are red. The probability for getting a king is 1/13 since there are 13 different card values.
How many red jacks are in a deck of cards?
two red JacksThere are two red Jacks in a Deck of Cards. One is a Jack of Hearts and the other Jack of Diamonds.
What is the probability of drawing a red card or ace?
The probability of drawing a red card is 1/2 as half the cards are red. So we need the sum 1/2 + 4/52 but we have counted red aces in both of these so we need to subtract the probability of drawing a red ace. So p(draw an ace or a red card) = 4/52 + 26/52 – 2/52 = 28/52.