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I have two boxes,the first have one million of photons linearly polarized in x-direction and one million of photon linearly polarized in y-direction, the second box contain one million of photons with clockwise circular polarization and one one million of photon with counter-clockwise circular polarization, but I don't know which I have. What is the probability that I will make a wrong guess?

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# Bayes theorem in quantum mecanics

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