Hello! High school physics student here. I have some quantum physics questions for you. I am currently doing various studies through Wikipedia right now over quantum physics and I find it extremely fascinating, but I am a bit confused when it comes to the quantum probability areas. The wave function, if I understand correctly, is a function use to describe the probability of a particle being in certain place at a certain time. I also understand that this involves superposition, but I am a bit confused of what exactly superposition is. Also I have a problem with the wave function collapse, how exactly does it work? I think I have a mild understanding of what it is, but I'm still confused. I have read up on Schrodinger's Cat and Wigner's Friend, and I do get it, but I'm still a bit confused. Thank you for any help you can provide!