Green Lens
Brown Lens
Polarized
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Mirrored
7
9
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Determining sample spaces for probabilities – Use a Tree Diagram
Example:
Use a Tree Diagram to determine the number of outfits you could wear.
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Your mom thought it
would be nice to buy you some new clothes for the summer.
She bought you
3 tshirts:
red, blue, green and
two pair of shorts:
black and tan.
All the shirts can be worn with the pants.
How many outfits do you have?
Let’s add another pair of shorts (gray) and a shirt (yellow) – How many outfits do you have?
What’s the probability in both situations that you will at random grab a red tshirt and black shorts.
Resources for more:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mkDzmI7YOx0
Algebra 1 Survey Book Pg 843
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