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Two cards are randomly selected from a pack of 52 cards. The probability that the first card is a club and second is not a queen is?

Two cards are randomly selected from a pack of 52 cards. The probability that the first card is a club and second is not a queen is?

Grade:12

2 Answers

ashu
34 Points
7 years ago
the two cards can be selected in 52C2 ways therefore total outcome is equals to 52C2 first card is a club s equals to 13C1 second card is not a queen is equals to 48C1 there are 4 probability is equals to 52 c 2 / 13 c1 × 48c1
Ansh Arora
36 Points
7 years ago
the two cards can be selected in 52C2 ways therefore total outcome is equals to 52C2 first card is a club s equals to 13C1 second card is not a queen is equals to 48C1 So probability is 13c1 x 48c1 / 52c2

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