Finding Probability: Deck of Cards [fbt]

This video by Fort Bend Tutoring shows the process of finding the probability of drawing a card (or more) from a standard deck of cards. Fifteen (15) examples are shown throughout the video and include examples with card replacement and without replacement. Instruction by Larry "Mr. Whitt" Whittington. This math concept is used in algebra, precalculus, finite mathematics and statistics. Intro/Outro by Shirley Q. Liquor. fort bend tutoring statistics

[fbt] Timestamps
03:03 [1] P(Red)
04:54 [2] P(Queen)
05:56 [3] P(Odd)
07:44 [4] P(Face Card)
08:43 [5] P(a factor of 12)
10:28 [6] P( a non-face card)
11:58 [7] P(Ace or a deuce)
13:47 [8] P(Heart or 4)
15:36 [9] P(Red or 5)
17:09 [10] P(Club or Even)
18:57 [11] P(Greater than 3 and Less than 10)
20:12 [12] P(Red King, Even) without replacement
22:50 [13] P(Black, Red Jack) without replacement
24:02 [14] P(Odd, Odd, Even) without replacement
26:45 [15] P(Prime, Red face card) with replacement

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