Three subjects were used. They were recruited based on their knowledge of geometry. The conditions were set in a room where they had the game set in front of them to see how they would play the game without nay instructions. The demographics of the subjects had to be teenagers of any age.
I used a graph with trials of the three different players. The game was presented as a regular board game. The responses were measured based on the amount of questions they would get right, wrong or the questions that they passed on. I didn’t base the experiment off of a certain condition. The outcome was good because it showed me which person knew what information form the others.



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