Question

- Suppose you have a spinner comprised of six equal spaces: a
orange 1, a yellow 2, a green 3, a pink 4, a blue 5, and a purple
6. Consider an experiment that consists of randomly spinning the
spinner twice.
- Draw a tree diagram that shows all of the possible outcomes of this experiment. That is, draw a tree diagram that illustrates all possible two spin outcomes.
- Count the number of paths that yield anything
*but*green or pink on the first spin and*then*an odd on the second spin, and also count the total number of paths. - Use the values in part b to determine the probability that one
would randomly spin anything
*but*green or pink on the first spin followed by an odd on the second spin. - Is the event of randomly spinning anything
*but*green or pink on the first spin followed by an odd on the second spin an example of dependent or independent events? Explain your answer.

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