# CBSE Class 10 Probability Sure Shot Questions Set B

## Study Material for Class 10 Probability Chapter 15 Probability

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1. One card is drawn from a well-shuffled deck of 52 cards. Find the probability of getting

(a) an ace card

(b) a red card

(c) either red or king card

(d) red and a king

(f) ‘10’ of a black suit

(g) a queen of black suit

(h) either a black card or a king

(i) black and king card

(j) a jack, queen or a king

(k) a heart card

(l) a queen card

(n) the seven of clubs

(o) a ten

(p) a black card

(q) neither a heart nor a king

(r) neither an ace nor a king

(s) neither a red card nor a queen card

(t) a face card or an ace

(u) a face card or a black card

(v) a face card and a black card

(w) neither a face card nor an ace

(x) neither a face card nor ’10’ card

(y) either a king or red card

(z) either an ace or black card

(aa) an ace and a black card

(bb) a king of red colour card

(cc) a face card

(dd) a red face card

(ee) the jack of hearts

(gg) the queen of diamonds

(hh) ‘9’ of black suit

(ii) a face card or spade card

2. Five cards—the ten, jack, queen, king and ace of diamonds, are well-shuffled with their face downwards. One card is then picked up at random.

(i) What is the probability that the card is the queen?

(ii) If the queen is drawn and put aside, what is the probability that the second card picked up is

(a) an ace? (b) a queen?

3. The king , queen and jack of clubs are removed from a pack of 52 playing cards. One card is selected at random from the remaining cards. Find the probability that the card is

(a) neither a heart nor a king

(b) neither an ace nor a king

(c) neither a red card nor a queen card

(d) a black card or an ace.

(e) either a heart or a spade card

(f) a king card

(g) a heart card

(h) a red card

(i) a black card

(k) a diamond card

(l) a club card

(m) either an ace card or black card

(n) an ace card

(o) a face card

(p) a face card with red colour

(q) neither ‘10’ card nor an ace

(r) an even number card

(s) an odd number card

(t) not a natural number.

6. All spades are removed from a well shuffled deck of 52 cards and then one card is drawn randomly from the remaining cards. Find the probability of getting

(a) neither a heart nor a king

(b) neither an ace nor a king

(c) neither a red card nor a queen card

(d) a black card or an ace.

(e) either a heart or a spade card

(f) a red card

(g) a black card

(i) a diamond card

(j) a club card

(k) either an ace card or black card

(l) an ace card

(m) a face card with red colour

(n) neither ‘10’ card nor an ace

(o) an even number card

(p) a face card

(q) an odd number card

4. All face cards are removed from a well shuffled deck of 52 cards and then one card is drawn randomly from the remaining cards. Find the probability of getting.

(a) neither a heart nor a king

(b) neither an ace nor a king

(c) neither a red card nor a queen card

(d) a black card or an ace.

(e) either a heart or a spade card

(f) a red card

(g) a black card

(i) a diamond card

(j) a club card

(k) either an ace card or black card

(l) an ace card

(m) a face card with red colour

(n) neither ‘10’ card nor an ace

(o) an even number card

(p) an odd number card

5. All cards of ace, jack and queen are removed from a deck of playing cards. One card is drawn at random from the remaining cards, find the probability that the card drawn

(a) neither a heart nor a king

(b) neither an ace nor a king

(c) neither a red card nor a queen card

(d) a black card or an ace.

(e) either a heart or a spade card

(f) a king card

(g) a heart card

(h) a red card

(i) a black card

(k) a diamond card

(l) a club card

(m) either an ace card or black card\

(n) an ace card

(o) a face card

(p) a face card with red colour

(q) neither ‘10’ card nor an ace

(r) an even number card

(s) an odd number card

(t) not a natural number.

6. All cards of ‘10’, an ace and queen cards are removed from a well shuffled deck of 52 cards and then one card is drawn randomly from the remaining cards. Find the probability of getting

(a) neither a heart nor a king

(b) neither an ace nor a king

(c) neither a red card nor a queen card

(d) a black card or an ace.

(e) either a heart or a spade card

(f) a king card

(g) a heart card

(h) a red card

(i) a black card

(k) a diamond card

(l) a club card

(m) either an ace card or black card

(n) an ace card

(o) a face card

(p) a face card with red colour

(q) neither ‘10’ card nor an ace

(r) an even number card

(s) an odd number card

(t) not a natural number.

7. Five cards—the ten, jack, queen, king and ace of diamonds, are removed from the well-shuffled 52 playing cards. One card is then picked up at random. Find the probability of getting

(a) neither a heart nor a king

(b) neither an ace nor a king

(c) neither a red card nor a queen card

(d) a black card or an ace.

(e) either a heart or a spade card

(f) a king card

(g) a heart card

(h) a red card

(i) a black card

(k) a diamond card

(l) a club card

(m) either an ace card or black card

(n) an ace card

(o) a face card

(p) a face card with red colour

(q) neither ‘10’ card nor an ace

(r) an even number card

(s) an odd number card

(t) not a natural number.