# Probability tree diagrams with three branches

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Video tutorial on how to solve problems involving probability tree diagrams with three branches. This video shows how to construct a tree diagram and then multiply along the branches to find the chance of a an event in context happening

Last updated Jan 22, 2014,
created Jan 22, 2014

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