Bell inequality in page 171 of(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

https://www.scientificamerican.com/media/pdf/197911_0158.pdf

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##n[A^+B^+] \le n[A^+C^+]+n[B^+C^+]##

In page 174 we can see that this causes linear dependency according to angle. How to derive this?

Let us suppose that angle between ##A^+## and ##B^+## is 30°. Which direction of ##C## to take that the calculation is the most simple.

I intuitively understand why result at 45° is 0.5. But, for instance, at 30°, I do not understand, why it is 0.6667.

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