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In the previous module, we learned how the spin of an electron was discrete. In some units, it could only by \(+ \frac{1}{2}\) or \(- \frac{1}{2}\). That is, you could get only two possible outcomes if you tried measuring the spin of an electron.
What is this situation most similar to?
  • The amount of profits you make in the stock market
  • Getting a head or a tail on a coin toss
  • Trying to close your eyes while you sneeze
  • Asking a Scout to tie a knot