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CBSE Class 11-science Answered

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Asked by Rahulsinha1993 | 12 Jan, 2010, 05:40: PM
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Dear Student

There are 26 black cards in the pack

Probability of getting two black cards = (26/52 )X (26/52) = 0.25

There are 4 kings inthe pack of 52

Probability of getting two kings= (4/52 )X (4/52) =  0.00295

the probablity that either both are black or both are kings cards=0.25+0.00295 =0.25295

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