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  1. nuccioreggie
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    Lloyd is arranging his science project, math project, and art project on his desk. The tree diagram below shows the sample space. A tree diagram is shown. The first three choices are art, science, and math. From art, one branch is math, science and the other branch is science, math. From science, one branch is art, math and the other branch is math, art. From math, one branch is art, science and the other branch is science, art. Based on the tree diagram, what is the probability that the projects are in order of art, math, science? one over six two over six three over six four over six

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    What do you think? Have you started looking at the tree diagram? I haven't, lol.

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    I think its b

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    Could be, but cannot tell until you post the tree diagram! lol

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