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what is the probability of drawing a red card out of a deck with 52 cards given a standard deck of 52 with four suits (2 red and 2 black) with thirteen cards in each suit?

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

1/2

OpenStudy (anonymous):

1:2

OpenStudy (anonymous):

explain please

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Figure out what matters and what doesn't matter in the problem. The only thing that matters is that card decks have half the cards red and half the cards black. The part of the problem mentioning the suits does not matter and is only put in there to confuse.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

thanks :D

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