Quantum computing works on quantum mechanics, like superposition and entanglement. This simply means that quantum computers use qubits instead of bits making computers unimaginably faster in solving complex problems.
For instance, a classical computer works on 0’s and 1’s to store data and these numbers could easily be placed on voltages at a different point in a circuit. But with qubits, it is different. Qubits possess a unique property as such that existing in a superposition is possible at the same time – meaning both 1 and zero can be entangled thus sharing the same physical properties despite the distance.
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