Technically, on a normal 4-multiple-choice question, the probability would be 25%. However, since the correct answer is placed twice, the probability increases to 50%. This creates a bit of a paradox, since the two answers that are usually correct create a third correct answer, since 50% is listed as an option. Therefore, using that logic (however botched), the technical correct answer is 75%.

That... That's not right. You're saying there's no right answer. "If you choose an answer it wouldn't be correct". Put some thought into your response next time

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