Say you flip a coin and place your hand above it before you view it. Now the coin is in a super position where it's both heads and tails. Once you look at it, you'll know what side is up and the wave function collapse. Say you are flipping two coins instead. The odds of both being heads is 25%. Both are hidden from you and thus are in a super position state of both heads and tails. By viewing one of the coins you find out it's tails and therefore the odds of both being heads is 0%. You've successfully ruined both wave functions by simply viewing one coin. Welcome to entanglement. Is this a proper analogy for super position?