For Wed:
 To Know: Here are some resources suggested by myself and by our quantum experts among the students:

 A series of videos “Complex Numbers are Real” with some background on complex numbers (recommended by Jacob Beckey)
 A set of lecture notes for an edX course by Umesh Vazirani, these are in line with my approach to the subject.
 Opensource textbook on quantum computing by Qiskit (recommended by Jacob Beckey)
 A series of videos from QuantumML introducing qubits as a generalization of classical probability distributions (recommended by Jacob Beckey who says watch the first 5, roughly 20 mins)
 Textbook by McIntyre recommended by Jordan Jones.
 How to do the doubleslit experiment at home.
 A 3Blue1Brown video about the Bell Test (17:34; we watched the first minute and a half on polarized filters part of it in class).

 To Do: Listen to this podcast (26:53). It’s a quantum computing entrepreneur talking about the current (well, 2017) take on how it fits in the big picture. He discusses things like Moore’s Law and the current state of computing, and what quantum computers should be able to do in the future.
 To Do: Here’s an exercise (here’s latex source) in measuring a qubit with respect to different bases. Please hand in the answer on canvas.
 To Do: Think about the polarized filter experiments I referred to at the end of the lecture — I’ll start with them next lecture, so try to figure out what happens in them before you come to class.