Their is a way to count the number of outcomes of an experiment that happens in stages with out using a tree. This flick gives the definition of the M*N rule then gives an example of counting with a tree to motivate the viewer to use the M*N rule. After the shenanigans two examples are performed and the video ends with me riding a skateboard. For more math and stat shorts go to www.MathByFives.com
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