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# A standard 52-card deck has four 13-card suits: diamonds, hearts, clubs, and spades. the diamonds and hearts are red, and the clubs and spades are black. each 13-card suit contains cards numbered from 2 to 10, a jack, a queen, a king, and an ace. an experiment consists of drawing 1 card from the standard deck. find the probability of drawing a black king of heartsblack king of hearts.

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Answer:Probability of drawing a black five of diamonds= 0Step-by-step explanation:Given,Total number of cards, n(B) = 52Number of diamonds cards = 13Number of hearts cards = 13Number of clubs cards = 13Number of spades cards = 13Since,the diamonds and hearts are red, and the clubs and spades are black.So, the number of card which is black diamond = 0So,the number of black five of diamonds, n(A) = 0So, the probability of drawing a black five of diamonds is, [tex]P(A)\ =\ \dfrac{n(A)}{n(B)}[/tex] [tex]=\ \dfrac{0}{52}[/tex] = 0So, the probability of drawing a black five of diamonds is zero.