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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 two successive coin tosses would have four branches. This is because a coin has two outcomes (heads or tails) each time it is tossed and you toss it twice (2 tosses x 2 outcomes each = 4 branches).
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