Stats and Probability (RMS)
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by Luke Diez
| 10 Questions
Note from the author:
Tree Diagrams and sampling
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Yup.
Nope.
Not sure.
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Mario has a cup with 6 tiles inside of it. Three of the tiles are red, two are blue and one is yellow.
Draw a tree diagram to show Mario's options:
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Mario has a cup with 6 tiles inside of it. Three of the tiles are red, two are blue and one is yellow.
What is the probability that if Mario reaches in the cup he randomly draws a blue marble?
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Mario has a cup with 6 tiles inside of it. Three of the tiles are red, two are blue and one is yellow.
He reaches into the cup and randomly pulls out a blue marble. He then puts the marble in his pocket.

At this point, what is the probability that the next marble will also be blue?
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Carlene rolls two dice. Here is a tree diagram of her possible outcomes. What is the probability that the sum of the rolls are going to be 12?


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Carlene rolls two dice. Here is a tree diagram of her possible outcomes. What is the probability that the sum of the rolls are going to be greater than 5 but less than 9?


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