Create tree charts and calculate with them & path rules 1 and 2 explained simply

Creating tree diagrams + calculating with them as well as path rules 1 and 2 explained simply. Today we will show you the basics of how to create a tree diagram, what you can see from it and how to calculate with it. To get the probability for a very specific experimental outcome, you need to multiply the probabilities along each path. If the probability of an event that includes multiple test outcomes is to be calculated, the probabilities of the individual test outcomes must be added together.
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