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Homework Help: Quantum Physics

Posted by Bel on Friday, March 15, 2013 at 12:58pm.

I.Provide a unitary that maps |+> to |1> and |-> to |0> . Enter 0 in all boxes if no such unitary exists. (In this case, you have to enter 0 explicitly. Blanks are not accepted.)

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II.Provide a unitary that maps cos (30) |0> + sin (30) |1> to cos(-15) |0> + sin(-15) |1> and cos(5) |0> + sin(5) |1> to cos(-40) |0> + sin(-40) |1> . Enter 0 in all boxes if no such unitary exists.

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