Is it not just the same as selecting a card at random and seeing if it is an ace?
we have to consider that only 13 of the shuffled cards are dealt, so there is even a probability that none of the dealt cards are aces. therefore, we must consider the probability of an ace being among the dealt cards, then the probability that it is dealt last.
A deck of ordinary cards is shuffled and 13 cards are dealt. What is the probability that the last card dealt is an ace? Is it still 4/52? Thanks!
In the absence of any additional information (such as knowledge of the number of aces dealt previously), the probability that the last card dealt will be an ace is 4/52.