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    Well, to detect an electron we need to interact with it by photon, which is impossible if we assume that the electron is in one state.
    So in order to answer something informative, let’s assume that the electron can change its state.
    I think I would describe it to a 15-year-old child the same way as I would describe it to everyone else: each coordinate of the electron has its own probability, and it can move with arbitrary trajectory with a different probability. That is why we see it in many positions at different times.

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