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A larger number of photons would be used in the MIT experiment, which would first go through a network of beam splitters before hitting photon detectors.For every six photons, there would be approximately 36 detectors, and for every ten photons, there would be approximately 100 detectors.

It would be impossible to predict the number of photons that would hit any given detector during any run of the MIT experiment.However, statistical patterns would begin to emerge over subsequent runs.

For instance, in the six-photon version of the experiment, there may be an 8% chance that photons will hit detectors 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, and 11, and a 4% chance that they will hit detectors 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, and 12, and so on, for any possible combination of detectors.

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