Probability and Tree Diagrams

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Key takeaways
Construct and correctly label tree diagrams.
Use tree diagrams to calculate probability of independent events.
Use tree diagrams to calculate probability of dependent events.
Shahriyar HajghassemHost: Shahriyar is a Maths Teacher at a School in Northwest London, teaching years 7 to 11. He graduated from the University of Warwick in 2013 and set off to China for two years teaching IGCSE and A-Level Economics.

A tree diagram is a way of representing a sequence of events and are particularly useful in probability since they record all possible outcomes in a clear and uncomplicated manner. In this class, students will learn how to construct tree diagrams and calculate the probability of different events. This class is aimed at students in Years 9 - 11 and is important to review as it can appear in both the Higher and foundation paper at GCSE level. 

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This class is suitable for students in Years 9-11 and/or S3-S5.

Class requirements:
You will need a laptop or device with internet connection to watch the class, as well as a pen and notepad for taking notes.
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