 admin # In bridge each player is dealt a hand of 13 cards from a deck of 52 cards. there are 4 aces in the entire deck. what are the expected number of aces in a single hand of cards?

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## Solution 1 Guest #163
2 months ago
P(ace card) = 4/52 = 1/13

Expected number of aces in a single hand of cards = 1/13 x 13 = 1

## Solution 2 Guest #164
2 months ago
One ace card is the answer

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surface area=area needed to wrap a box

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surface area=2hl+2hw+2wl=2(hl+hw+wl)

volume=hlw

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a. surface area is the outside area. lets say you have a cardboard cube and cut it on all the corners and edges so you ended up with 6 squares, the total areas of those squares is the surface area of the cube

volume is how much stuff can be put into the cube, we measure how many 1 by 1 by 1 cubes can fit into the object or how much water can fit in the cube

b. surface area is 2 dimentional since it is area and can be folded flat so the units would be square feet or square inches (ft^2, in^2)

volume is 3 dimentional since it is legnth width and height so it would be cubic foot, cubic inch (in^3, ft^3)

c. surface area=wrapping paper, wrapping stuff, painting an object

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Part A:

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The amount of each type of milk to be used in the pint of double lathe

are;

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