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Given: A standard deck of playing cards contains a total of 52 cards ( 26 red cards and 26 black cards). There are 4 aces and 4 cards of each number 2 through 10 ( 2 red and 2 black). There are 12 face cards ( 4 jacks, 4 queens, and 4 kings). Assume the cards have been shuffled (randomized). Task B : Remove the RED cards from the deck and assume that the remaining cards have been shuffled. Complete the table below based on the action described. Except in the last case, assume each card is replaced after the given action. Table for Part B: Action Probability Select a card from the remaining deck. What is the probability that the card will be red? 0 /26 = 0 Since the red cards were removed; the re are none in the
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Unformatted text preview: deck. Select a card from the remaining deck. What is the probability that this card will NOT be a face card? 10/13 6 Face cards the remaining 20 are not. Select a card from the remaining deck. Place the card back in the deck. Select another card. What is the probability that both cards will be black? 1/1 Since the red cards are removed , all remaining cards are black Select a card from the remaining deck. Do NOT replace the card. Select another card. What is the probability that a red 3 and a face card are the 2 cards you selected? Since the red cards and hence no red 3s in the remaining deck a red 3 and a face card cannot be drawn....
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