50%

What is the probability of drawing a red card from a standard deck of 52 playing cards?

because half of the cards in a deck are red, the probability of drawing a red one is 26/52 or 50%

Reply:50%

Reply:1/2..

bcos there is half red and half black cards...

Reply:26/52

Reply:in probability you take the amount that is possible divided by the total; since half the cards in a deck are red, half of 52 is 26, and the total number of cards in a deck is 52, so the answer is 26/52

Reply:1/2, or .5

There is an equal amount of red cards and black cards in the deck, so the probability of drawing a red card is 26/52 = 1/2.

Hope this helped!

Reply:Prob is favorable divided by possible: 26 red / 52 cards = 1/2.

Reply:26/52, or 1/2....or 50%

Reply:26/52

Reply:there are 26 red cards out of the 52 so it is 26/52=1/2

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