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# Probability of Cards in a Deck

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The condition for the question is that the deck of cards has 52 cards and among them are 12 face cards.
1. a) What is the probability of choosing 6 face cards out of 8 chosen (through binomial distribution holds, meaning with replacement)?
b) What is the probability of choosing all 8 faces thru binomial distribution does not hold (without replacement)?
2. a) What is the probability of choosing 5 or more faces out of 8 chosen cards?
b) Is it a usual or unusual value?

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Because a deck of 52 cards has 12 face cards, then the probability to get a face card is and the probability to get a non-face card is .
Problem #1
(a) What is the probability of choosing 6 face cards out of 8 chosen (through binomial distribution holds, meaning with ...

#### Solution Summary

This posting helps with probability problems. The probability of cards in a deck are examined and the probability of choosing a specific number of faces through binomial distribution is examined.

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