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Objective: Probability Trees Anne tosses 2 coins, one after the other. List all the possible outcomes. How could you do it?

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Complete the tree diagram to show what happens when two coins are thrown. Think of questions that could be asked, where you have to use the tree diagram to arrive at the solution.

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Probability Joe passes through 2 sets of traffic lights on his way to work. Depending on the lights he can either Stop or go. List the possible outcomes?

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The probability of stopping at a red light is 0.2. a)Complete the tree diagram b)Work out the probability of not stopping at either set of lights. c)Work out the probability of stopping at just one set of lights.

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The probability of stopping at a red light is 0.2. a)Complete the tree diagram b)Work out the probability of not stopping at either set of lights. c)Work out the probability of stopping at just one set of lights.

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