Help your students prepare for their Maths GCSE with this free tree diagram worksheet of 19 questions and answers
Probability tree diagrams are a way of visually representing a combination of two or more events. Each branch is labelled with an outcome and its probability. Tree diagrams are useful as they help us clearly see all of the possible outcomes. We can find the probability of a combination of events happening by following the appropriate branches of the tree diagram and multiplying the probabilities along those branches.
Tree diagrams can be used both for independent events (e.g. spinning a fair spinner with different colours in each sector) and dependent events (conditional probability), where the probability of an event is affected by a previous event.
For more teaching and learning support on probability our GCSE maths lessons provide step by step support for all GCSE maths concepts.
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