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What are P(king), P(queen), and P(club)?
How many kings are in a deck of cards? Queens? Clubs?
? How does your answer relate to the probabilities you calculated in part (a)?
Add P(kings) and P(club) together.
Use the Addition Rule to eliminate P(king and club).
What is P(king or queen)? Again, how does your answer relate to the probabilities you calculated in part (a)?
Add the two probabilities together.
Is there an overlap in these events?
What is the probability of not getting a face card? Jacks, queens, and kings are face cards.
How many cards in a deck are not face cards?
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