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used in The Tipping Point

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cut in half or cut in two
  • In one classic example, subjects were given a drawing of a hexagon bisected by three lines with seven equal-size circles superimposed on top of it.
    Chapter 6 (43% in)
  • What one typical subject remembered, several months later, was a square bisected by two lines with 38 small circles arrayed around the fringes of the diagram.
    Chapter 6 (44% in)

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