# COUNTING AND PROBABILITY (I Have No Clue)?

A standard deck of playing cards has 52 cards. These cards are divided into suits as shown in the table below. Connie is playing a game of cards with her friends. Connie starts the game by drawing one card from the deck, and then drawing a second card. What is the probability of Connie drawing two clubs? State the answer as fraction reduced to lowest terms and also state whether the events are independent or dependent.

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- oldprofLv 71 month agoFavorite Answer
What you want is P(club AND club) = p(club1) and p(club2|club1) = 13/52 * 12/51 = 1/4*12/51 = 3/51 ANS. Dependent, the probably of drawing a club on the second depends on the first draw getting a club. If it doesn't the probability of P(club AND club) = 0.

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