Question

Consider the following.

(a) Draw a tree diagram to display all the possible outcomes that can occur when you flip a coin and then toss a die.

(b) How many outcomes contain a head and a number greater than 4?

(c) Probability extension: Assuming the outcomes displayed in the tree diagram are all equally likely, what is the probability that you will get a head and a number greater than 4 when you flip a coin and toss a die? (Round your answer to three decimal places.)

Step 1

**a).**

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