# Probability of Events n(A) = 13 from n = 52

Find the probability of n(A), n(A') for n(A) = 13 from the sample space of total events n = 52. The below is the calculation summary for probability of each function such as P(A), P(A') for events n(A) = 13 from total events of experiment n = 52.

Calculation Summary | |
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Total Events n | 52 |

Total Events n(A) | 13 |

P(A) | 0.25 |

P(A') | 0.75 |

## Work with Steps for probability of n(A) = 13 from n = 52

The below is the work with steps shows how to find the probability of P(A), P(A') for n(A) = 13 from the total events n = 52 may help grade school students to solve the probability worksheet problems efficiently.__Formulas to find P(A) and P(A')__

P(A) = Number of Successful Events / Total Events of Sample Space = n(A)/n

P(A') = 1 - P(A)

__To Find P(A)__

P(A) = 13/52

= 0.25

P(A) = 0.25

0.25 is the probability n(A) = 13 & n = 52.

__To Find P(A)__

P(A') = 1 - P(A)

P(A') = 1 - 0.25

P(A') = 0.75

0.75 is the negative probability of n(A) = 13 & n = 52.