For those with F- in linear algebra not to worry the math here is not require a Ph.D in Math. Much of the material is learn in freshman honors math. Some of the material does come from more advanced courses.

Qubits are 0 or 1 and can jump back and forth or even be both at the same time. Using linear algebra, the state of a qubit is described as a vector and is represented by a single column:

\begin{bmatrix} a \\ b \end{bmatrix}

It is also known as a quantum state vector and must meet the requirement that |a|² + |b|² = 1

more to come once the syntax is figured out

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