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Step 1

a)

The kets |*α*> and |*β*> can be expanded in terms on their basis vectors as,

Step 2

Here *c _{1},c_{2}…c_{n} *and

The above representation can be further written in a more compact form by finding the amplitudes of projection mentioned above.

*c _{1}* is computed by operation of the bra <

Step 3

Similarly *c2…cn *and *b1.b2….bn * can also be...

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