# Tree Diagrams

## Quiz by Ryan Dagenhart

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- Q1Sam wants to wear a shirt and a pair of pants. He has 3 different shirts and 2 different pairs of pants. How many different outfits can Sam wear using a tree diagram?645330s
- Q2Susan is choosing a breakfast combination of a fruit and a beverage. She can choose between 2 fruits (apple or banana) and 3 beverages (coffee, milk, or orange juice). How many different breakfast combinations can Susan make by using a tree diagram?356430s
- Q3John has 2 different types of sandwiches (chicken or tuna) and 3 different kinds of drinks (water, juice, or soda) for lunch. How many different lunch combinations can John make by using a tree diagram?635430s
- Q4A fair dice is rolled twice. What is the probability of getting even numbers on both rolls using a probability tree diagram?1/61/31/21/430s
- Q5Jessica is flipping two coins. What is the total number of possible outcomes?354230s
- Q6John has a box of 3 different color pencils (red, blue, yellow) and he is about to draw on one of his 4 different shaped papers (triangle, square, circle, rectangle). How many combinations of one color pencil and one shape of paper can he have?9461230s
- Q7Peter has two shirts (red, blue) and two pairs of trousers (black, white). How many outfits can he make?234630s