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[en] The concept of entanglement is sometimes introduced in the published literature where it is unnecessary. The cases of Newtonian-, special relativistic-, and quantum mechanical conservation of linear and angular momentum are here treated without entanglement, as is the two-slit interference experiment. A treatment of a tropic where entanglement is necessary, q-bits, is then given. This article was prepared in the interest of helping students studying quantum mechanics.