Given two entangled particles, and the spin of both is measured along two separate axes making an angle of "a", what is the correlation between the two? So how much of the particles will give the same "answer" to the spin measurement?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I've tried googling, but the answers I did find were mathematically too complex for me, though from what I have read it seems it shouldn't be much more than "cos a" or "cos^2 a" for an angle of a < 45 degrees.

Thanks in advance,

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# Entangled spin correlation

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