1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data 1. 2 card are chosen from a standard 52 card deck, what is the chances of getting the sum of them to be at least 4? aces = 1 face cards = 10 2. In a shuffled deck, what is the chances of ace of spades and ace of clubs to be adjacent? 3.Someone flips 3 coins and rolls a fair die, what is the chances that the number of heads will equal the number showing on the die? 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution 1. Well i guess if the first card is not a ace or 2, then it desnt matter what the second card is, because then the sum of any combination will be (3+) + (1+) >= 4 so then its 44/52 chance of not getting any of the aces or 2's. 2. Since the ace of clubs can be anywhere, that leaves 51 cards left, so then there is a 1/51+1/51 = 2/51 chance of the ace of spades to be beside the ace of clubs.