Revising Probability Trees and Independent Events

Revising Probability Trees and Independent Events
Revising Probability Trees and Independent Events

              Revising Probability Trees and Independent Events

              Students revise how to calculate the probability of two or more independent events.  Later, learning progresses from using two-way tables and sample space diagrams to using probability trees.
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