In quantum physics the configuration of a particle is fully defined by it's wave function. When a measurement of a particular observable ( eg. position, angular momentum etc.) is made on the particle , it's wave function collapses to one of it's eigen states (of the operator used to represent the observable) whose corresponding eigen value gives the result of the measurement. What happens if the measurement of two observables are made simultaneously? Does the wave function collapse into a linear combination of two eigen states ( one for each of the two operators corresponding to the observable)? How do we get the result of the measurements then?
Note: I know that if the operators do not have common eigen function, the corresponding observables cannot be measured simultaneously with accuracy ( Uncertainty principle) but I would like to know the scenario in terms of collapsing wave functions.