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3.3.1 Exam Question Type 1

As far as a probability tree itself is concerned, there is not many different ways question can be asked. The only way it can be asked is either by giving you a tree and asking you to complete it and use it to answer questions. Or another way to ask is to give you some descriptions and let you draw a tree to answer questions.

All the possible variations come from the probability basics that we discussed in ‘3.1 From Description’.

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Relevant Past Exam Questions

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2010Q202014Q192015Q30b2013Q30b2012Q27e2019Q252014Q28c2016Q28c2018Q30d

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Possible Variations

All the possible variations come from the probability basics that we discussed in ‘3.1 From Description’. Scenarios can get more complex which can add complexity in drawing the tree.

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