Tree Diagrams

A type of ordering game is called the Tree Diagram, which positions items relative to one another.

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Tree Diagrams

Arrange Ordering Games from left to right (or top to bottom) with the larger values on the left or the top.

<= Left            Higher  Lower        Right =>
Before  Later
Front  Back
West  East

T arrives before W and X. Z arrives before X.

A is before B, and A is also earlier than C.

We cannot infer any relationship between B and C. The relative order of the three elements could be A…B…C or it could be A…C…B.

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