I'm sorry for the trouble, but I was hoping you guys could help me understand something about Quantum Entanglement. So if I measure the x-axis spin of an electron and get +1, then that implies the the other particle must have spin -1, correct? Also, what if I measure the spin of the particle, 6 times in a row? Will I continue to get the same spin of the particle or will the spin still be random? I'm guess that as soon as I measure the spin the first time, the wave function collapses and I am left with a definite spin.