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# During the telepathic experience inductor independent

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## Description

CHALLENGE

During the telepathic experience inductor, regardless of previous experience with probability 0.5 chooses one of the two objects and think about it, and the recipient (acceptor) guesses about what the subject thinks the inductor. The experiment was repeated 100 times, and it was obtained 60 correct answers. What is the probability of coincidence in the same experiment, assuming that the telepathic connection between the inductor and the recipient is not? Is it possible to ascribe the result purely coincidence or not?

CHALLENGE

During the telepathic experience inductor, regardless of previous experience with probability 0.5 chooses one of the two objects and think about it, and the recipient (acceptor) guesses about what the subject thinks the inductor. The experiment was repeated 100 times, and it was obtained 60 correct answers. What is the probability of coincidence in the same experiment, assuming that the telepathic connection between the inductor and the recipient is not? Is it possible to ascribe the result purely coincidence or not?

CHALLENGE

During the telepathic experience inductor, regardless of previous experience with probability 0.5 chooses one of the two objects and think about it, and the recipient (acceptor) guesses about what the subject thinks the inductor. The experiment was repeated 100 times, and it was obtained 60 correct answers. What is the probability of coincidence in the same experiment, assuming that the telepathic connection between the inductor and the recipient is not? Is it possible to ascribe the result purely coincidence or not?

CHALLENGE

During the telepathic experience inductor, regardless of previous experience with probability 0.5 chooses one of the two objects and think about it, and the recipient (acceptor) guesses about what the subject thinks the inductor. The experiment was repeated 100 times, and it was obtained 60 correct answers. What is the probability of coincidence in the same experiment, assuming that the telepathic connection between the inductor and the recipient is not? Is it possible to ascribe the result purely coincidence or not?

CHALLENGE

During the telepathic experience inductor, regardless of previous experience with probability 0.5 chooses one of the two objects and think about it, and the recipient (acceptor) guesses about what the subject thinks the inductor. The experiment was repeated 100 times, and it was obtained 60 correct answers. What is the probability of coincidence in the same experiment, assuming that the telepathic connection between the inductor and the recipient is not? Is it possible to ascribe the result purely coincidence or not?

CHALLENGE

During the telepathic experience inductor, regardless of previous experience with probability 0.5 chooses one of the two objects and think about it, and the recipient (acceptor) guesses about what the subject thinks the inductor. The experiment was repeated 100 times, and it was obtained 60 correct answers. What is the probability of coincidence in the same experiment, assuming that the telepathic connection between the inductor and the recipient is not? Is it possible to ascribe the result purely coincidence or not?

CHALLENGE

During the telepathic experience inductor, regardless of previous experience with probability 0.5 chooses one of the two objects and think about it, and the recipient (acceptor) guesses about what the subject thinks the inductor. The experiment was repeated 100 times, and it was obtained 60 correct answers. What is the probability of coincidence in the same experiment, assuming that the telepathic connection between the inductor and the recipient is not? Is it possible to ascribe the result purely coincidence or not?

## Additional information

CHALLENGE

During the telepathic experience inductor, regardless of previous experience with probability 0.5 chooses one of the two objects and think about it, and the recipient (acceptor) guesses about what the subject thinks the inductor. The experiment was repeated 100 times, and it was obtained 60 correct answers. What is the probability of coincidence in the same experiment, assuming that the telepathic connection between the inductor and the recipient is not? Is it possible to ascribe the result purely coincidence or not?

CHALLENGE

During the telepathic experience inductor, regardless of previous experience with probability 0.5 chooses one of the two objects and think about it, and the recipient (acceptor) guesses about what the subject thinks the inductor. The experiment was repeated 100 times, and it was obtained 60 correct answers. What is the probability of coincidence in the same experiment, assuming that the telepathic connection between the inductor and the recipient is not? Is it possible to ascribe the result purely coincidence or not?

CHALLENGE

During the telepathic experience inductor, regardless of previous experience with probability 0.5 chooses one of the two objects and think about it, and the recipient (acceptor) guesses about what the subject thinks the inductor. The experiment was repeated 100 times, and it was obtained 60 correct answers. What is the probability of coincidence in the same experiment, assuming that the telepathic connection between the inductor and the recipient is not? Is it possible to ascribe the result purely coincidence or not?

CHALLENGE

During the telepathic experience inductor, regardless of previous experience with probability 0.5 chooses one of the two objects and think about it, and the recipient (acceptor) guesses about what the subject thinks the inductor. The experiment was repeated 100 times, and it was obtained 60 correct answers. What is the probability of coincidence in the same experiment, assuming that the telepathic connection between the inductor and the recipient is not? Is it possible to ascribe the result purely coincidence or not?