When drawing cards without replacement from a standard 52-card deck, find the max number of cards you could?

When drawing cards without replacement from a standard 52-card deck, find the max number of cards you could possibly draw and still get the following:

a. fewer than three black cards

b. fewer than six spades

c. fewer than four face cards

d. fewer than two kings

Update:

1.When drawing cards without replacement from a standard 52-card deck, find the max number of cards you could possibly draw and still get the following:

a. fewer than three black cards

b. fewer than six spades

c. fewer than four face cards

d. fewer than two kings

2.If you dealt a 5-card hand (this implies without replacement) from a standard 52-card deck, the probability of a flush or three of a kind ( give answer to six decimal places?

3.A pet store has 7 puppies, including 4 poodles, 2 terriers, and one retriever. If Rebecca and Aaron (in that order) each select one puppy at random, with replacement (they may both select the same one) find the probability of them both selecting a retriever?

4.Let two cards be dealt successively without replacement, from a standard 52-card deck. Find the probability of no face cards?

5.4 men and 3 women are waiting to be interviewed for jobs. If they are all selected in random order, find the probability of

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  • 1 decade ago
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    a. 28, there are 26 reds plus you can take 2 blacks

    b. 44, there is 13 of each suit. 13x3=39 plus take 5 spades

    c. 43, ace-10 is 40 cards plus take 3 face cards

    d. 49, there are 48 cards that aren't kings plus take 1 king

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