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For questions on quantum algorithms. That is, algorithms which in theory can be executed by quantum computers, usually the computers providing 'universal' quantum computation.

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Note: forcing a superposition qubit to collapses to 1, means cancel the other value 0 to get 1 appear Question details step by step: #If i have two qubits Qr = QuantumRegister(1) qr = QuantumRegiste …
asked Jul 14 by remon78eg