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purple 7 9 2 5 3 5 2 5 Free worksheet created by MATHSprint. Tree Diagrams - Independent Events:1 ____________________ d) What is the probability of getting two socks of the same colour? ____________________ c) What is the probability of getting two socks of different colours? ____________________ b) What is the probability of getting purple at least once? ____________________ a) What is the probability of getting two blue socks? blue 2 9 3 5 1 4: One drawer contains 2 blue socks and 7 purple socks. 2 A second drawer contains 3 blue socks and 2 purple socks. A sock is chosen at random from each drawer. Use this tree diagram to answer the following: MATHSprint, 2013 purple blue purple blue Class/Set: pink orange 4 5 1 5 4 5 1 5 Free worksheet created by MATHSprint. Tree Diagrams - Independent Events:1 ____________________ d) What is the probability of getting different colours? ____________________ c) What is the probability of getting the same colour twice? ____________________ b) What is the probability of not getting orange twice? ____________________ a) What is the probability of getting orange twice? 4 5 1 5 1: A12 spinner has 1 orange section and 4 pink sections (all equal). It is spun twice. Use this tree diagram to answer the following: MATHSprint, 2013 pink orange pink orange www..mathsprint.co.uk Tree Diagrams - Independent Events Name: Free worksheet created by MATHSprint. Tree Diagrams - Independent Events:1 ____________________ d) What is the probability of getting Heads exactly once? ____________________ c) What is the probability of getting the same result twice? ____________________ b) What is the probability of not getting Tails twice? ____________________ a) What is the probability of getting Tails twice? Tails Heads 1 2: The probability of a biased coin landing Heads up is 0.9. 2 It is tossed twice. Complete this tree diagram and hence answer the following: MATHSprint, 2013 Tails Heads Tails Heads Free worksheet created by MATHSprint. Tree Diagrams - Independent Events:1 ____________________ d) What is the probability of not getting exactly one faulty TV? ____________________ c) What is the probability of getting exactly one faulty TV? ____________________ b) What is the probability of not getting two faulty TVs? ____________________ a) What is the probability of getting two faulty TVs? working faulty 1 3: The probability of a certain type of TV being faulty is 0.29. 2 Two TVs are selected at random. Complete this tree diagram and hence answer the following: MATHSprint, 2013 faulty