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# Cambridge Reading Part 3 - Word Forms

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**1,296**admin ✭✭✭✭✭✭✭## Cambridge Reading Part 3 - forming words

For the following questions, use the word next to the blank to form a word that fits in the gap.

Quantum Computing

Quantum Computing (1) ________________ (**USE**) a different method of calculating than (2) ______________________ (

**TRADITION**) computing, which is called binary computing.

In binary computing there are two possible states: on or off, 1 or 0. But in quantum computing, a (3) ______________(

**VARY**) of different states are possible; that is, all of the possibilities between 0 and 1.

Instead of a bit, in quantum computing the units are (4) __________________ (

**CALL**) qubits. A single qubit can exist in a large number of different states, which allows it to calculate much (5) ___________________ (

**FAST**) than a binary operation.

The (6) ________________________ (

**CALCULATE**) performed by a quantum computer can resolve (7) ____________________ (

**EXTREME**) difficult problems, such as the (8) _______________________ (

**LOCATE**) of individual air molecules passing over the wing of an airplane.

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Quantum Computing

In binary computing there are two possible states: on or off, 1 or 0. But in quantum computing, a

Instead of a bit, in quantum computing the units are

The

**uses**a different method of calculating than**traditional**computing, which is called binary computing.In binary computing there are two possible states: on or off, 1 or 0. But in quantum computing, a

**variety**of different states are possible; that is, all of the possibilities between 0 and 1.Instead of a bit, in quantum computing the units are

**called**qubits. A single qubit can exist in a large number of different states, which allows it to calculate much**faster**than a binary operation.The

**calculations**performed by a quantum computer can resolve**extremely**difficult problems, such as the**location**of individual air molecules passing over the wing of an airplane.Click here for another exercise.

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