This is a basic problem to get accustomed to implementing one-qubit quantum circuit operations with QASM.
We spun a qubit in all directions.
To solve this RubiQ's Sphere problem, you need to rotate the state so it reads with probability 1 when ran regularly for more than 10 iterations.
To make it simpler, know that the solution will be just a combination of the following gates.
z qubit; // pi rotation about the Z-axis x qubit; // pi rotation about the X-axis y qubit; // pi rotation about the Y-axis h qubit; // The combination of two rotations, pi about the Z-axis followed by pi/2 about the Y-axis s qubit; // S-gate, square root of Z gate sdg qubit; // conjugate of S-gate t qubit; // Phase-gate, conjugate of square root of S-gate tdg qubit; // conjugate of Phase-gate
Try some different gates until you get the solution!
Need some hints? Use at least ten samples (iterations). You only need a combination of X, Y, Z, and H gates. The order makes a difference. You only need two gates.
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