A single card is drawn from a standard​ 52-card deck. Let Upper B be the event that the card drawn is a black​, and let F be the event that

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A single card is drawn from a standard​ 52-card deck. Let Upper B be the event that the card drawn is a black​, and let F be the event that the card drawn is a face card. Find the indicated probability. Upper P (Upper B intersect Upper F )

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    Probability of card black   0,5       or     50%

    Probability of face card     0,23     or    23 %

    Step-by-step explanation:

    A normal deck of card has 52 cards,  half ( 26)  black  and half red (26)

    Probability of card drawn is black is 0,5   or  50%

    The deck has 4 suits and each suit  3 face cards, therefore we find 12 possibles events out of 52

    Probability of drawn card is face card  12/52   = 0,23    or 23 %

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