Is this in relation with quantum entanglement ?

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Let’s say, state A is the opposite of state B and state B is the opposite of state A. Normally if each of the state has an opposite results of themselves to an extent that the result of a mathematical method in state A can be obtain in state B and the result of a mathematical method in state B can also be obtain in state A.

-Is this in relation with quantum entanglement in any way?
 

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Entanglement means that when you measure a value on a particle, the entangled partner can NOT be that value. Usually we refer to "spin" as an example of this. If you measure the spin of one particle, and you see that it is up, then the other MUST be down. This looks similar to what you are saying, but I can't be sure.
 
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I mean for every given input, the result in A is opposite that of B and the result in B is opposite that of A. At a point, the result in B is achieved in A without shifting to B and the result in A is achieved in B also without shifting to A.

What does that suppose to mean literally? Is it related with quantum entanglement in any way?
 
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In the new algorithm; A and B are two parts of the same entity such that a change in one is instantly reflected in the other and the other immediately fixes its results to the opposite value.

Please, I need someone who can help to review the new algorithm.
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