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Even without sending classical infotmation - the state was completley teleported. Unfortunatley, by teleportation identity - after teleporting state $|\psi\rangle$ at A you get a state $U^{\mu \nu}|\psi\rangle$ at B (where $U^{\mu \nu}$ is a unitary matrix which depend on mesurement results at A), i.e. the state was teleported to B and transformed to ...

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Particles A and B are entangled, quantum information of particle A is transmitted to particle B via quantum teleportation, If the particles are already entangled they don't have single particle information, they have a joint state. Your options are: 1) interact with one to produce random results thus forcing the other to have random results correlated ...

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