# anticorrelated in a sentence

- This inequality is however restricted in its application to the rather special case in which the outcomes on both sides of the experiment are always exactly
*anticorrelated* whenever the analysers are parallel. - Then, if A _ 1 and B _ 1 are both pressed ( X \ wedge Y = 1 ) the outcomes with nonzero probability ( note that x \ oplus y = 1 \ Rightarrow x \ neq y ) are perfectly
*anticorrelated*, either ( a _ 0, b _ 1 ) or ( a _ 1, b _ 0 ), with an equal probability for both occurrences. - It's difficult to find
*anticorrelated* in a sentence.