# What does same suit mean in cards?

## What does same suit mean in cards?

The trait that identifies a card as belonging to one of four groupings in a deck; spades, clubs, hearts, or diamonds. EXAMPLE: “Both of my pocket cards were the same suit.”

## What are the 4 different suits in a deck of cards?

Today’s 52-card deck preserves the four original French suits of centuries ago: clubs (), diamonds (), hearts (), and spades ().

## What is the probability of drawing a queen of hearts from a deck of 52 cards?

We pick a card, write down what it is, then put it back in the deck and draw again. 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.

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## What is the probability of drawing a red card or a face card?

D. What is the probability of drawing a red card or a face card? = 32 52 ≈ 0.6154 .

## What is the probability of getting a jack of hearts?

The probability that any specific card is any specific value is 152. It doesn’t matter if it is the first card, the last card, or the 13th card. So the probability that the second card is the Jack of Hearts is 152.

## What is the probability of not drawing a face card?

%. In a deck, there are 12 face cards (4 kings, 4 queens, and 4 jacks). Thus, there are (52–12) non-face cards. Thus, the probability of getting a non-face card is the number of non-face cards/number of cards in a deck, which is 40/52 or 10/13.