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p A, + — `
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BX+z Äȩ 1ཽ F YHL \ XYHL B +z\ Äȩ 1ཽ F ¬༼ p 2 A, + — = 2 1
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= BX+z Äȩ 1ཽ F@ +z, z\ X+z, z  +z, z\ Xz, +z
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since in this situation, Bob knows the outcome of Alice’s measurement. If they instead shared the mixed state r, then Alice’s
measurement would leave Bob’s state as
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p A, + — ``
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BX+z Äȩ 1ཽ F rB +z\ Äȩ 1ཽ F ¬༼ p 2 A, + —
2 = 1
2 `
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= BX+z Äȩ 1ཽ F@ +z, +z\ X+z, +z + z, z\ Xz, z DB +z\ Äȩ 1ཽ F
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So in this case, they can determine whether they share the entangled state YHL \ or the mixed state r. In the former case, they are `
since in this situation, Bob knows the outcome of Alice’s measurement. If they instead shared the mixed state r, then Alice’s
measurement would leave Bob’s state as 10 MidtermExam5Solutions.nb `
rB after A = ``
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BX+z Äȩ 1ཽ F rB +z\ Äȩ 1ཽ F 1
p A, + — ¬༼ p A, + 2 —
2 = 1
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= BX+z Äȩ 1ཽ F@ +z, +z\ X+z, +z + z, z\ Xz, z DB +z\ Äȩ 1ཽ F
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rB after A = +z] X+z `
So in this case, they can determine whether they share the entangled state YHL \ or the mixed state r. In the former case, they are
guaranteed to have opposite outcomes when they both measure along z, whereas in the latter case, they are guaranteed to have the
same outcome. ü Part d
Here, Alice and Bob instead share the classical mixture
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they measure along the zdirection. However, without loss of generality, assume Alice measures her degre of freedom first, this
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