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“Quantum theory does not predict the outcomes of a single experiment, but rather the statistics of possible outcomes.”

My question is not in regards to the statistics of the correlations of relative angle measurements, but rather with the statistics of successfully making a measurement.

For each and every entangled pair, is it guaranteed that Bob and Alice will each always be able to make a measurement, or do measurements of a certain relative angle require many trials due to the possibility that either Bob or Alice (or both) might not detect their particle?

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