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How does Mal actually die in reality, not in the dream state?

She kills herself by jumping off the window ledge as she believes the real world is still a dream world (as Cobb has indirectly caused her to believe that the world around her isn't real). She commits suicide but incriminates Cobb to "free him from the guilt of leaving their children" who she believes are just projections, as she thinks that their "real children" are waiting for them in the "real world."

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