# What is the probability of picking a king queen jack or ace of diamonds from a pack of 52 playing cards?

Table of Contents

- 1 What is the probability of picking a king queen jack or ace of diamonds from a pack of 52 playing cards?
- 2 What is the probability of getting a king or a queen or a jack from a pack of cards?
- 3 What is the probability of getting a king or Jack?
- 4 What is the probability of getting queen?
- 5 What is the probability of getting one king queen and one ace?
- 6 What is the probability of having 4 Aces in a deck?

## What is the probability of picking a king queen jack or ace of diamonds from a pack of 52 playing cards?

Number of favourable outcomes i.e. ‘a card of diamond’ is 13 out of 52 cards. Total number of king is 4 out of 52 cards. Number of favourable outcomes i.e. ‘a king or a queen’ is 4 + 4 = 8 out of 52 cards.

## What is the probability of getting a king or a queen or a jack from a pack of cards?

Complete step-by-step answer: Hence the probability of getting a king or a queen out of 52 cards is 2/13.

**What is the probability of getting an ace a king and a queen in that order?**

So the answer is 1/52 times 1/51.

**What is the probability of choosing a queen a king or an ace from a standard deck of playing cards?**

1/13

Answer: The probability of drawing a card from a standard deck and choosing a king or an ace is (1/13) × (4/51)

### What is the probability of getting a king or Jack?

Answer: There are 4 kings and 4 jacks in a standard 52 card deck. So the probability of drawing a king or a jack would be P(E)=528=132.

### What is the probability of getting queen?

If we pick one card at random from the 52 cards, the probability of getting a king = Total number of kings in the deck / Total number of cards in the deck. If we pick one card at random from the 52 cards, the probability of getting a queen = Total number of queens in the deck / Total number of cards in the deck.

**What is the probability of a queen?**

To find the P(QQQ), we find the probability of drawing the first queen which is 4/52. The probability of drawing the second queen is also 4/52 and the third is 4/52.

**What is the probability of getting king?**

Hence for drawing a card from a deck, each outcome has probability 1/52. The probability of an event is the sum of the probabilities of the outcomes in the event, hence the probability of drawing a spade is 13/52 = 1/4, and the probability of drawing a king is 4/52 = 1/13.

#### What is the probability of getting one king queen and one ace?

Hence the probability of getting one each of a King, one Queen, one Jack and one Ace is = n (E)/ n (S) = 256/270725. Study economics for business with MIT. Gain a global economic perspective to help you make informed business decisions. A card is drawn from a deck of 52 cards. What is the probability of getting an ace, king, or queen?

#### What is the probability of having 4 Aces in a deck?

Well, there are 4 Aces in the pack along with 48 other cards (I’m assuming a standard pack that has had the Jokers and Bridge Score cards etc removed). That’s a probability of 4/52. What is the probability of the second card being a King?

**What is the probability of a jack in a deck of cards?**

Find the probability of: In a playing card there are 52 cards. Number of favourable outcomes i.e. ‘2’ of spades is 1 out of 52 cards. Number of favourable outcomes i.e. ‘a jack’ is 4 out of 52 cards.

**What is the probability of getting a k in a deck?**

This is basic probability. In a deck of 52 cards there are four Kings, Four Queens, and four jacks. The probability that you would get one of these cards is 12 /52. It depends whether the deck has 52 or 54 (full deck, plus two Jokers) cards. If 52 then you have a 12 in 52 chance of drawing a K, Q, or J. This can be simplified to 3 in 13.