# What is the probability of getting a flush all cards of the same suit after drawing 5 cards from a standard deck?

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- 1 What is the probability of getting a flush all cards of the same suit after drawing 5 cards from a standard deck?
- 2 What is the probability of being dealt a heart from a 52 card deck?
- 3 What is the probability of drawing the 5 of diamonds?
- 4 What is the probability of two cards being in the same suit?
- 5 How many cards are dealt from the randomly mixed deck?

## What is the probability of getting a flush all cards of the same suit after drawing 5 cards from a standard deck?

Probability of getting a hand that has 5 cards of the same suit (flush, straight flush, royal flush) =51482598960≅. 00198 .

**What’s the probability of being dealt two cards of the same suit?**

Thus the total probability to get two cards of the same suit is 4*1/17=4/17.

**What is the probability of getting all hearts?**

Since there is no replacement for the heart card taken out of the deck, we now have 12 heart cards out a deck of 51 cards. The chance of pulling out a heart card in now 1251 . To find the probability that both cards drawn out are hearts, multiply the two fractions together: (1352)⋅(1251)=1562652=117 .

### What is the probability of being dealt a heart from a 52 card deck?

13 chances

Given a set of 52 cards deck. So there are 13 chances to draw a heart.

**What is the probability of drawing 5 cards from the same suit?**

approximately 0.00198079

Here all 5 cards are from the same suit (they may also be a straight). The number of such hands is (4-choose-1)* (13-choose-5). The probability is approximately 0.00198079.

**What is the probability of pulling two cards from the same suit in a row with each card coming from a separate 52 card deck?**

However, once a card is pulled and a suit is selected, the probability of drawing the same suit from another deck of cards is 13/52. Therefore, the probability is: (52/52) * (13/52) = 13/52 = 1/4, which is answer choice [B].

#### What is the probability of drawing the 5 of diamonds?

The chances, in a standard deck, of having exactly 5 cards in the suit diamonds, is 0\%, as 5 does not equal 13, isn’t going to, won’t “maybe” or “could be” or anything of the sort. If you did not mean “exactly” but rather “at least” then the chances would be 100\%, as 5 or more will always be included in 13.

**What is the probability of being dealt a diamond?**

1/4

There are 13 cards of diamond in a 52-card deck. Therefore, the probability of being dealt a diamond is 1/4.

**Whats the probability of being dealt a heart and a spade?**

There are 52 cards in a regulation deck. 13 Are hearts and 13 are spades. So its a 50-50 chance of getting either a heart or a spade.

## What is the probability of two cards being in the same suit?

Two cards are selected from a deck of 52 playing cards. What is the probability they constitute a pair (that is, that they are of the same denomination)? So, for the first method I reason this. The first card picked has a 13 / 52 chance of being in some suit. The second card picked has probability 12 / 51 of being in the same suit.

**What is the probability of getting a full hand in blackjack?**

Your first card can be anything. So you have 52 choices out of 52 cards (because no matter what card you draw you can get a full hand of the same suite). Your second card, has to be the same suit as your first card, so probability of that is 12 51 because there are 13 of each suite and you have to subtract 1 for the one card you have drawn.

**What is the probability of getting 5 cards from a deck?**

A person is dealt 5 cards from a deck of 52 cards without replacement. What is the probability they are all clubs? Ways of receiving 5 fairly dealt cards from among a randomly shuffled standard deck of 52 cards = 52!/ (47!) (5!) = 2,598,960. Ways of similarly receiving 5 club cards = 13!/ (8!) (5!) = 1,287.

### How many cards are dealt from the randomly mixed deck?

Five cards are dealt from the randomly mixed deck. What is the probability that all cards are the same suit? EDIT: How I went about it before posting this question was doing (1/4) as the first card probability because my thought process was that we’ll draw 1 suit out of the 4 for the first probability.