Suppose you draw a card, put it back in the deck, and draw another one. What is the probability that the first card is a two and the second is a three? (Enter your probability as a fraction.) P =

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Suppose you draw a card, put it back in the deck, and draw another one. What is the probability that the first card is a two and the second is a three? (Enter your probability as a fraction.) P =

Answer:0.006Step-by-step explanation:This is joint probability and thus the probability of the given event is the product of:(probability of drawing a 2 on the first draw)*(prob. of dring a 3 on the second draw), or 4 4 16----- * ------ = ------------ = 0.006 52 52 (52)^2

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Answer:1/169Step-by-step explanation:if you mean a deck as in the 52 cards then the answer is the following. there are 4 cards in a deck with the number 2 on it. 2 of spades, diamonds, hearts and clubs. so the probability would be 4/42 because there is 4 out of the 52 cards there are. next there is also 4 cards with three on it, so 4/52 again.you multiply these two to get the answer(but before you do i would recommend to simplify it to 1/13) to get 1/169

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