Probability tree diagrams
Probability tree diagrams used to investigate probabilities of combined events, independent and dependent, with and without replacement.
Last updated Feb 3, 2015,
created Jan 2, 2011
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Nice Java applet on web page  selecting red/blue balls from a bag. Various stages in the calculations can be shown/hidden and the numbers of each ball varied.

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