Organizing outcomes

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  1. How to draw a tree diagram?
  1. Maggie flips a coin and then chooses one of five gobstoppers: yellow (Y), red (R), blue (B), purple (P), and green (G)
    Organizing outcomes of coin flips
    1. Draw a tree diagram to organize the outcomes of these two events.
    2. What is the sample space for this experiment?
    3. Are the outcomes independent? Explain why.
  2. Teresa rolls a 6-sided dice and then spins the spinner.
    Organizing outcomes on rolling dice and spinning spinner
    1. Organize the outcomes of these two events in a table.
    2. How many possible outcomes are there?
    3. Are the possible outcomes equally likely or not? Explain your answer.
  3. John, May and Betty are in a race.
    1. Show all possible outcomes in an organized list.
    2. How many possible outcomes are there if John finishes second in the race?
  4. Ian did a survey on how many computers a family owns in his neighbourhood. Below is the data he collected:
    4, 2, 1, 5, 3, 3, 2, 4, 4, 2, 3, 1
    1. Organize the data in a frequency table.
    2. Organize the date in a dot plot.