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# Probability Articles

### Why Start with Tree Diagrams?

### Probability Calculations from Tree Diagrams

### Learning Probability Through Mathematical Modelling

### Tree Diagrams, 2-way Tables and Venn Diagrams

### Independence and Dependence

### Conditional Probability Is Important for All Students!

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Age 11 to 14

Why the tree diagram is fundamental to studying probability - and why it should be introduced right from the start.

Age 11 to 16

Progression from natural frequencies to proportions to the multiplication rule, and hence to probability trees.

Age 11 to 16

Moving from the particular to the general, then revisiting the particular in that light, and so generalising further.

Age 11 to 18

Representing frequencies and probabilities diagrammatically, and using the diagrams as interpretive tools.

Age 11 to 18

When are events independent of each other? Sampling with and without replacement.

Age 11 to 18

Understanding statistics about testing for cancer or the chance that two babies in a family could die of SIDS is a crucial skill for ALL students.