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GCSE Maths (Statistics) Mind Map on Tree Diagrams, created by Olivia Brooklyn on 03/08/2014.
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1 An alternative method for showing the outcomes of combined events is a tree diagram
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4 REMEMBER - In an examination, all or part of the tree diagram is always drawn and you just have to complete it
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