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From a Deck of 52 Cards, All the Face Cards Are Removed and Then the Remaining Cards Are Shuffled. Now One Card is Drawn from the Remaining Deck. Find the Probability that the Card Drawn Is: a King of Black Color - Mathematics

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From a deck of 52 cards, all the face cards are removed and then the remaining cards are shuffled. Now one card is drawn from the remaining deck. Find the probability that the card drawn is: 

a king of black color   

Solution

Therefore are 12 face card in a deck. 

Therefore, possible number of outcomes=52-12=40 

Since all face cards are removed 

Number of favorable outcomes for a king of black color = 0 

p(getting a king of black color)`=0/40=0` 

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 Selina Solution for Concise Mathematics for Class 10 ICSE (2020 (Latest))
Chapter 25: Probability
Exercise 25(C) | Q: 20.3 | Page no. 395
Solution From a Deck of 52 Cards, All the Face Cards Are Removed and Then the Remaining Cards Are Shuffled. Now One Card is Drawn from the Remaining Deck. Find the Probability that the Card Drawn Is: a King of Black Color Concept: Probability - A Theoretical Approach.
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