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Quantum Tic-Tac-Toe By: Laura Lewis Anita Roman

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Classical Physics Single state at a time Energy determines motion Deterministic Classical Simulation Time (seconds)

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Quantum Mechanics Only applies to very small, submicroscopic things Not deterministic - probabilistic Many places at one time Measurement creates state change, and collapses wave function

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Superposition Many places or states at once Only applied to small things in quantum physics

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Wave Function/ Probability Density Wave function is spread out Highest and lowest probability Not deterministic There is an average of the probability http://www.falstad.com/qm1d/

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Measurement Collapses wave function Creates a very small probability of something being in varied places/states Includes making electrons interact with something bigger than the electron

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Tic-Tac-Toe Sudoku http://www.paradigmpuzzles.com/QT3Play.htm http://www.paradigmpuzzles.com/QT3Play.htm Sudoku http://www.paradigmpuzzles.com/QT3Play.htm http://www.paradigmpuzzles.com/QT3Play.htm Sudoku http://www.paradigmpuzzles.com/QT3Play.htm http://www.paradigmpuzzles.com/QT3Play.htm Entanglement Superposition

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