No.  Problems & Solutions 

01. 
What is the total number of possible choices in the experiment of drawing a card from a pack of cards.

Solution  
The total number of possible choices = Number of ways in which one card can be drawn from the total 52 cards

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02. 
If a card is drawn from a pack of cards, then find the probability and odds for the card to be (a) an ace and (b) a club.
Solution


03. 
If a card is drawn at random from a pack of cards, find the probability and odds that the card is either a spade or a king.
Solution


04. 
From a normal pack of cards, a card is drawn at random. Find the probability and odds of not getting a jack or a king.
Solution


05. 
A card is drawn from an ordinary pack and a gambler bets that it is a spade or an ace. What are the odds against his winning this bet?
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No.  Problems for Practice  

01. 
Find the probability of getting diamond, when a card is drawn from a pack


02. 
Find the probability of getting an ace, when a card is drawn from a pack of 52 cards


03. 
When a card is drawn at random from a pack, find the probability that it may be either king (or) queen


04. 
Find the probability of drawing a card which is not a diamond from a pack of 52 cards


05. 
Probability of drawing and not drawing a spade in a single draw is:
The odds in favour of drawing a king or a diamond from a well shuffled pack of cards are 

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