Help with SQL query plan

Hi Guys,

Can you help me understand this query execution plan. Especially what is the thickness of the lines indicate? e,g some lines are very thin, some are medium and some are quite thick. I know about the query cost and know that if the cost is more then i need to do something about it, also understand that where to create the indexes as per query plan., but still would be great if you can guide me.

Ali ShahSQL DeveloperAsked:
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ste5anSenior DeveloperCommented:
The width of the lines indicates the number of rows.. Just click on the rows. Then an info pop-up is displayed.

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Vitor MontalvãoMSSQL Senior EngineerCommented:
As ste5an said, the thickness of the rows are related with the number of returned rows for the correspondent operation.
Is the only thing you're worried about with the SQL Query Plan? How long the query takes to run?
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