You most probably have a broadleaf or deciduous tree that is either a maple, sweetgum, sycamore or yellow-poplar . Let's continue...
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Does your tree have leaves that have three to five lobes, are usually less than 4 inches in size and are opposite in leaf arrangement? If yes, you have a maple.
Does your tree have leaves that have three to five shallow lobes, are usually greater than 4 inches in size and are alternate in leaf arrangement with a long, stout leaf-stalk? If yes, you have a sycamore.
Yellow-poplar or Tulip Tree
Does your tree have leaves that are flattened or "cut off" across the top end, with 2 lobes on either side of the midrib (the primary rib or central vein)? If yes, you have a yellow-poplar.
Does your tree have a leaf that is star-shaped and whose 5 (sometimes seven) long pointed lobes have veins from a notched base? If yes, you have a sweetgum.