[3 points] Let B and B' be two conjugate bases. Then
(chcek each sentence which is true)
- B and B' are orthogonal (differ by 90 degrees)
- A photon polarized wrt B and measured in B' revel no information
- Given a photon in an arbitrary state, the probability that it
behaves as B plus the probability that it behaves as B' is 1.
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