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Topic: probability of card dealing
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Mark Lee

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From: Bangladesh
Registered: 2/13/14
Re: probability of card dealing
Posted: Feb 13, 2014 4:02 AM
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Well

What is mean 0.89%?

There is 1 is numerical number.

then you have Ace or king.

And the opponent have 0.89%.
Therefore, the non happening situation= 1-0.89 = 0.11%

You know, you have Ace-king.

Rest possibility 16-1=15

so, probability remains 1/15= 0.067%

I have not use any theory. I use general sense.

If i do any mistake, please feel free to discuss.

Thanks
Mark



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