I think A is the answer. The main claim being made is you might a establish a patter and make a prediction but whether you right depends on how you view the agreement of the prediction and the actual result.
B mentions "action to take after prediction based on past experience" but the stimulus is all about the preprdictioon an result interpretaton.
C "several" trials isn't mentioned in the stimulus.
D is plucked out of somewhere.
E - the stimulus never mentions or relies on the context of the prediction.
"Amicus Plato, sed magic amica veritas"