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Basic Statistics & Probability

Basic Statistics & Probability

Compound Events Exercises

Example 1

Use this tree diagram of drawing a card from a deck of cards, then flipping a coin, then rolling a die, to answer the questions.

Tree diagram

Example 2

How many different outcomes could happen?

Example 3

What is the probability drawing a black card, flipping tails, and rolling a 6?

Example 4

What is the probability of drawing a red card, flipping heads and rolling an odd number?

Example 5

Make an area model to illustrate the different possible outcomes for drawing a certain suit from a deck of cards and rolling a die.

Example 6

Using the area model above, what is the probability of drawing a spade and rolling a number less than three?

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