Suppose there are say 50 observers,each observing the same particle

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suppose there are say 50 observers,each observing the same particle for measuring it's properties or information,all of them choose different probability of their existence/spin out of the available states

what will be there final conclusion?
 

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suppose there are say 50 observers,each observing the same particle for measuring it's properties or information,all of them choose different probability of their existence/spin out of the available states

what will be there final conclusion?
That question is ill-defined in terms of quantum mechanics. In QM observation=measurement, and you can only make one measurement at a time. The answer to your question is dependent on the specific measurements that are being carried out, and on the order in which they are carried out.
 
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@spectracat-i don't disagree that part of observation =measurement but what if all the measurement or the act of measurement is just an event that occur simultaneously
 

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