Consider two polarisation-entangled photons A and B fired at two polarisationfilters that are at a certain angle α. Are the probability that A is passing its filter and the probability that B is passing its filter(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); indepedentprobabilities?

I am aware that is probably an incredibly stupid question, but I need peer confirmation.

UPDATE: As far as I understand from Wikipedia, correlation (which is the case here)impliesdependence. However, in this particular case the dependence only shows when the two measurement results are brought together...

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# Probability of entangled photons passing filter independent?

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