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A card is drawn randomly from a deck of ordinary playing cards. You win R10 if the card is a spade or an ace. What is the probability that you will win the game?
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52 cards total. (If no jokers)

4 Aces and 13 Spades in a deck (26 total) Ace of Spades counts as both.

Total favourable outcomes = 16

P(Ace or Spade) = 16/52 = 0.3
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