Free and printable examples of tree diagrams are available on this page in good quality! A **Tree Diagram** is a way of visually representing hierarchy in a tree-like structure. Study more with the following diagrams below, click on the diagram to enlarge and choose the save menu to download!

The structure of a *Tree Diagram* consists of elements such as a root node, a member that has no superior/parent. Then there are the nodes, which are linked together with line connections called branches that represent the relationships and connections between the members. Finally, the leaf nodes (or end-nodes) are members who have no children or child nodes. Can you spot all of those components in the tree diagram examples below?

This type of diagram is used in strategic decision making, valuation or probability calculations. Probability trees are useful for calculating combined probabilities. A probability tree makes it easier to figure out when to add and when to multiply. A probability tree has two main parts: the branches and the ends. The probability of each branch is generally written on the branches, while the outcome is written on the ends of the branches.

Tree diagrams are a way of showing combinations of two or more events. We hope these diagram examples and brief explanation help you in studying and understanding tree diagrams!