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Oct 5 2017   6:13PM GMT

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A qubit is a quantum bit, the counterpart in quantum computing to the binary digit or bit of classical computing. Continued…

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“A useful place to start thinking about applications of quantum is wherever high-performance computing is used.” – David Schatsky

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Quiz Yourself
This is the ability of a quantum system to be in multiple states at the same time until it is measured.
a. What is superposition?
b. What is entanglement?
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