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This diagram illustrates the capacity of the human mind to build hypotheses about what it sees when there is very little data.|
In fact, the triangle that you 'see'; is not there you infer its presence from what is suggested from the other shapes. This exercise is very suitable for a communications course when you want to demonstrate that what is transmitted is not necessarily what is received.
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