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Asked by savitamahajan202 | 23 Jan, 2023, 03:26: PM
After removing king, queen and jack of spade , there are only 49 cards in the deck.

probability of an event =  p/q

where p is favourable number of required events  and q is  total number of all events

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(1) probability of getting a heart

There are 13 cards of heart . Hence p(heart) = 13/49

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(2) probability of getting a queen

There are 3 queens in the deck . Hence p(queen) = 3/49 = 1/13

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(3) probability of getting 9 of club

There  is only one card for 9 of club .

Hence p( 9 of club ) = 1/49

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