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What Questions Lie Deep in the Trees?

Decision trees are a useful way of collecting and storing huge amounts of decision-making information for computers.

Decision trees are a type of binary tree. They're made up of nodes, which we draw as rounded squares. An internal node has two links down to its child nodes and contains a yes-or-no question. A leaf node has no links and contains an answer.

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