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I have my probabilistic computer's model of Qubits, Entanglement States and Bi-Photons. I have the Simulator of Qubits on classical computer in Pascal. It is classical model and Bell's inequalities does not violet. But it is a good imitation (simulation) of real microobjects. In other words I have the probabilistic analog of qubits. But I cann't use my simulator for quantums algoriths because I don't understand quantum algorithms. Can you describe me in two words where is I can find the concrete simplest task with quantum algorithms employment? In other words I cann't undestand the task. I understand quantum CNOT and classical operation only. But I cann't to unit or connect its in sequence of operations. I cann't to employ my probabilistic model. Thanks for help.

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# I cann't undestand Quantum Algorithms. How I can?

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