2445. Number of Nodes With Value One

There is an undirected connected tree with n nodes labeled from 1 to n and n - 1 edges. You are given the integer n. The parent node of a node with a label v is the node with the label floor (v / 2). The root of the tree is the node with the label 1.

- For example, if n = 7, then the node with the label 3 has the node with the label floor(3 / 2) = 1 as its parent, and the node with the label 7 has the node with the label floor(7 / 2) = 3 as its parent.
You are also given an integer array queries. Initially, every node has a value 0 on it. For each query queries[i], you should flip all values in the subtree of the node with the label queries[i].

Return the total number of nodes with the value 1 after processing all the queries.

Note that:

- Flipping the value of a node means that the node with the value 0 becomes 1 and vice versa.
- floor(x) is equivalent to rounding x down to the nearest integer.

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