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Question: You have a probability tree representing all possible outcomes for two successive coin tosses. How many branches (not outcomes) does the probability tree have?
The probability tree for this scenario would have 4 branches. The first two branches represent the potential outcomes (heads or tails) of the first toss, and each of these branches further divides into two branches for the possible outcomes of the second toss, making a total of 4 branches.
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