2 6 5 2 ⋅ 2 6 5 1 ≈ 0. 2 5 5. \dfrac {26} {52}\cdot\dfrac {26} {51} \approx 0.255 5226. . ⋅ 5126. . ≈0.255. So the probability that both cards are black is: P ( both black) = 26 52 ⋅ 25 51 ≈ 0.245. P (\text {both black})=\dfrac {26} {52}\cdot\dfrac {25} {51}\approx0.245 P (both black) = 5226.

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