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5-45.

In a standard deck of playing cards, cards are clubs, and  of the clubs are “face” cards (K, Q, J). What is the probability of drawing one card that is: Homework Help ✎

  1. A club or a face card? Is this a union or an intersection?

    How can the Addition Rule help you?
    The Addition Rule is .
    Remember a union is the cards that can be found in both events, where the intersection is the cards they have in common.

    Refer to the Math Notes box in Lesson 4.2.4 for more assistance.

  2. A club and a face card? Is this a union or an intersection?

  3. Not a club and not a face card?

    This question is asking for the complement of part (a).
    A complement is all outcomes that are not part of the original set of outcomes.