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## Main Question or Discussion Point

I'd like an actual example of qbits operations. Supposed we have 3 electrons in superposition of spin up and spin down.. then we have total of 2^3 or 8 combinations of information. Can you give an example of how to manipulate the 8 combinations using classical computer and quantum computer? I know the latter can produce all 8 combinations at same time. But if we collapse it there is only one outcome.

Just for sake of illustration. Supposed you could access all the observables or eigenvalues at the same time in the 8 different branches of Everette universal wavefunction. How do you take advantage of the parallel computing of all branches versus just one branch.. please give examples of the 3 electrons with spin up and spin down producing 8 combinations in superposition. I'd just like an idea of what qbit computing by actual example of them. Thanks a lot.

Just for sake of illustration. Supposed you could access all the observables or eigenvalues at the same time in the 8 different branches of Everette universal wavefunction. How do you take advantage of the parallel computing of all branches versus just one branch.. please give examples of the 3 electrons with spin up and spin down producing 8 combinations in superposition. I'd just like an idea of what qbit computing by actual example of them. Thanks a lot.