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Red queens and black jacks are removed from a pack of 52 playing cards. A card is drawn at random. Find the probability that the card is:

a. a king
b. of red color
c. a face card
d. a queen


A. 1/12
b. 1/2
c. 5/24
d. 1/24
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Total no of cards in a deck=52
no of red queens in a deck =2
no of black jacks=2
if they are removed from a deck then the remaining cards=52-4=48
probability of getting a king is 1/12
probability of getting a card of red colour =11/48
probability of getting a face card=8/48=2/12
probability of getting a queen=2/48=1/24

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u have not understood the second option but anyway u r correct..!..thanks 4 answering.
can u say me wat is second option
is it card of red colour
yaa...card of red color
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