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Put both chips in the cup. Take turns shaking and tossing the chips. Player A scores a point if both chips land with the red side up. Player B gets a point if one of each color lands up. The game is over after 5 turns each.Make a tree diagram.

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SCORE_A = 0;
SCORE_B = 0;
DO 5;
IF BOTH_RED()
THEN SCORE_A = 1 + SCORE_A
ELSE SCORE_B = 1 + SCORE_B;
END;
Say 'Player A scored:' SCORE_A;
Say 'Player B scored:' SCORE_B;
EXIT;

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