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This is a refresher course in Mathematics for students who studied Math and Physics through 12th grade high school, but have now forgotten many of the details. In less than 4 hours I review the Math you will need to understand quantum computing concepts.

The focus is on getting you up to speed as quickly as possible. I cover what you need to know: Probability, Statistics, Boolean Logic, Complex Numbers, and Linear Algebra. You will not waste time on topics you do not need for quantum computing.

To get the most out of this course, you need to have already studied Math at a 12th grade level in high–school. This is merely a review course to help you refresh your memory. If you have not studied these topics in high school, then this 4 hour course cannot substitute for 2 years of high school Math classes.

This course reviews basic high–school Math. It doesn’t go into any details about quantum physics or quantum computing. Those topics will be discussed in subsequent courses of this series.

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I am passionate about making technology easy to understand. I have taught students at the University of Massachusetts and guided software professionals at Cadence Design Systems, iCOMS, Empirix, Relona, and Johnson & Johnson. My goal is to help you earn more than $200,000 annually as a software professional. I focus on teaching AI and Quantum Computing because these are the highest paid skills in the industry. My courses help beginners who have a basic understanding of high school Math and coding. In about 6 months you can complete several courses and become an expert earning $200+ per hour. In addition to teaching technical skills, I also help you build leadership ability. My courses discuss trade-offs between various technical choices and help you take wise decisions. As an expert software professional, you will be able to recommend solutions, suggest implementation choices, and guide software design. My courses have a 30 day money back guarantee. Check out the free video previews and enroll today. I have an electrical engineering degree from IIT and a masters degree in computer science from the University of Massachusetts. I have managed software teams and helped startups launch products in international markets. I have lived most of my professional life in the Boston area. I enjoy reading science fiction and economic theory. I am a gourmet who loves to try out interesting recipes and new restaurants with friends and family.

Specification: QC051: Math Prerequisites for Quantum Computing

Duration 4 hours
Year 2020
Level Beginner
Certificate Yes
Quizzes No

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    Hol 42

    Most of the time it is an easy gradient that can be followed. But in between sometimes the gradient is too steep. E.g. Euler’s Formula, Polar form and Eigen Vectors should be split into at least 3 times as many videos. So for most of the parts it would be a 5 star and I am happy I bought the course. I do not think I would have learnt it anywhere else. But because some concepts are not teached extensive enough I only give 3.5 stars.

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    Ita

    Excellent!

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    Kadir BA OL

    Absolutely great videos! If you really understand quantum computing. This video is a must for beginners!

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    DongCheol Kim

    Concise and easy explanation!

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    Brantley Walden

    This was a good match for me.

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    Sagar S

    I thought it would be more advance but its very basic.

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    Ernesto Martinez Baez

    Good outline but way too basic. A bit more depth in some topics would have been better. Or more explanations on derivations. Examples were shown to demonstrate concepts but could have been presented in a more dynamic way. For example, not showing the solution in the same slide where the example is shown.

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    Rory Jenns

    Sections 2,3,4 felt underwhelming for anyone who has touched high school maths (who this is recommended for), Section 1 had some useful information, however was easily covered by basic (pre gcse) Computer Science knowledge Section 5 and 6 were definitely useful and the key takeaways from this course. But not worth paying for. worse in quality than a free youtube series

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    Ralph Zacharias

    Sehr gr ndliche Erkl rung der Grundlagen.

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    Chris Wolstenholme

    A good course overall, but some subjects moved quickly without a full explanation. For example, how to find the eigen vectors/values given the original matrix. There were other places, but this is the one I remember as it was most recent. A useful revision course, though.

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    Graeme Thomas

    Very good explanation of complex subject

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    Kyle Miller

    I already know all the content but for beginners it would be very useful. Also, it does start to tie in some of the concepts to quantum computing so it is a very good basis.

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    Ben Ovadia

    Regular basic math course. malicious use of Quantum while there is 0 content about quantum math or physics.

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    Harold L Berry

    Good refresher. Sometime video would stop.

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    Wouter van Putten

    Kumaresan Ramanathan knows what he is talking about, is clear and concise. The slides are clear and helpful too. Nothing new for me so far but the way it is explained is fresh and different from most explanations / textbooks. It is therefore a great refresher.

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    Mike Grznar

    I learned a lot! Thank you.

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    Rajeev Nayar

    This was a good introduction to the basics needed. Could move along a little faster.

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    Pio Montenegro

    Excelente informaci n. Muy didatico.

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    Jonathan Alfaro

    This is a difficult subject. The course was very good. I expected to pointed to more support material like links and documents. Perhaps a book recommendation or so. But overall the course was good introduction.

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