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Black and red counters are in a bag.

One is picked and not replaced.

A second is then picked.

One is picked and not replaced.

A second is then picked.

Complete the tree diagram.

2

Black and red counters are in a bag.

One is picked and not replaced.

A second is then picked.

One is picked and not replaced.

A second is then picked.

Complete the tree diagram.

2

Black and red counters are in a bag.

One is picked and not replaced.

A second is then picked.

One is picked and not replaced.

A second is then picked.

Complete the tree diagram.

2

The probability tree below shows the probability that James will read on Saturday and Sunday.

Find the probability that James will read on both days.

2

The probability tree below shows the probability that James will read on Saturday and Sunday.

Find the probability that James will read on both days.

2

The probability tree below shows the probability that James will read on Saturday and Sunday.

Find the probability that James will read on both days.

2

The probability of an athlete successfully jumping two hurdles is below.

Find the probability the athlete will hit one hurdle.

3

The probability of an athlete successfully jumping two hurdles is below.

Find the probability the athlete will hit one hurdle.

3

The probability of an athlete successfully jumping two hurdles is below.

Find the probability the athlete will hit one hurdle.

3