Posted by **unknown** on Sunday, February 17, 2013 at 1:29pm.

A two-qubit system was originally in the state 34|00⟩−5√4|01⟩+14|10⟩−14|11⟩, and then we measured the first qubit to be 0. Now, if we measure the second qubit in the standard basis, what is the probability that the outcome is 0?

unansweredA two-qubit system was originally in the state 34|00⟩−5√4|01⟩+14|10⟩−14|11⟩, and then we measured the first qubit to be 0. Now, if we measure the second qubit in the standard basis, what is the probability that the outcome is 0?

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**qwerty**, Sunday, February 17, 2013 at 3:09pm
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