# Fill Up The House

**Discrete Mathematics**Level 1

\[4{\color{red}\heartsuit}, 4\clubsuit, 8\clubsuit, 8\spadesuit, \text{K}{\color{red}\diamondsuit}\]

You are playing a game of poker, and you are dealt the above hand of cards from a shuffled standard poker deck.

You put the \(\text{K}\color{red}{\diamondsuit }\) aside and ask to be dealt a new card from the same deck. What is the probability that the next card dealt to you is a 4 or an 8?

Round your answer to three decimal places.

**Note**: Cards that are dealt to you are no longer in the deck. The \(\text{K}\color{red}{\diamondsuit }\) is put aside; it is not put back into the deck.