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# Find the probability of drawing an a ace form a deck of 52 cards in a single draw?

Find the probability of drawing an a ace form a deck of 52 cards in a single draw?

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- 1 decade ago
The are 4 aces in a standard deck of 52 playing cards. So on a single draw (if the deck is full) you have a 4 in 52 chance of pulling an ace, which reduces to 1 in 13.

Summary:

1 in 13 (or 4 in 52) which is a 7.6923% chance.

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- 1 decade ago
Because there are 4 aces in a normal deck of 52 cards, the probability is 4/52, which reduces to 1/13.

Another way of looking at it...

There are 4 multiples of each card, so get rid of all the multiples leaving you with 13 distinct cards - 1 in 13.

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- 1 decade ago
well that would be 4/52 because there are 4 aces in a deck and 52 cards. so then you simplify that to be 1/13.

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- Anonymous1 decade ago
4/52

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- Anonymous1 decade ago
1 in 13.

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- 1 decade ago
Well it would be 4 out of 52.

2 out of 26

or 1 out of 13

With ever Set of cards their are 13 cards so you could only draw it once.

Their is a 7.69 chance of you drawing an ace in a single draw.

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