In this lesson, students learn how to use tree diagrams to map out all possible outcomes of probability events. The lesson explores how tree diagrams can be used to calculate the probability of compound events, such as picking two balls from a bag without replacement. By using a visual aid, students can easily see which paths add up to the desired outcome and understand the three fundamental rules of tree diagrams. This lesson is perfect for students who are struggling with probability and need a visual representation to assist their understanding.
Slightly more complicated probability events including compound events. Tree diagrams are used to map out all the possible outcomes and to determine the final probability.