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3.1.4 Exam Question Type 4

Questions involving multiple draws from card have very high potential to get very tricky. See the variations below.

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Relevant Past Exam Questions

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Possible Variations

  • Get yourself extremely comfortable with probability questions involving cards. Some examples variations of above question: probability of getting two hearts, probability of at least 1 diamond, probability of no spades, probability of both, either diamond or spade.
  • The question could also ask you to draw 3 cards instead of two. Potential questions: probability of at least 1 club, probability of at least 2 clubs, probability of all clubs, probability of no clubs.

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