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Three spinners are shown at right. If each spinner is randomly spun and if spinners #2 and #3 are each equally divided, find the following probabilities.  

Three spinners. Spinner # 1 has two sections. Three-fourths section is labeled A and one-fourth section is labeled B. Spinner # 2 is divided into two equal sections, labeled C and D. Spinner #3 is divided into 3 equal sections, labeled E, F, and G.

Use a tree diagram to illustrate all possible combinations that can occur if each spinner is spun once.
Refer to the Math Notes box in Lesson 4.2.3 for information on tree diagrams.