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Azure Quantum offers quantum computing solutions and optimization solutions. What is the difference between them?
Quantum computing is only for simulating quantum systems like molecules. Optimization uses quantum computers to solve optimization problems.
You can use quantum computing to run quantum algorithms in quantum hardware, and you can use optimization to solve optimization problems by using classical hardware.
You use quantum computing to run quantum algorithms in quantum hardware, and then you use optimization to run those algorithms more efficiently.
Which of the following statements about Azure Quantum is false?
Simulators, quantum computers, and optimization solvers are examples of targets of Azure Quantum.
Each job has an ID that must be unique within the workspace.
You can submit jobs without an Azure storage account, but having one is recommended for keeping your results.
Which of the following statements about quantum-inspired optimization in Azure Quantum is true?
Emulating quantum effects on classical computers has led to the development of new types of quantum solutions that run on classical hardware, also called quantum-inspired algorithms.
Azure Quantum offers only quantum-inspired optimization solutions. For classical optimization, you should look into other Azure products.
Quantum-inspired optimization solutions in Azure Quantum are useful for machine learning.
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