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Difference between the average position and the most likely position of a particle
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malawi_glenn
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Feb8-09, 12:33 PM
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you might want to do the integration starting all over again...
Hint: consider [tex]\int f g^{'} dx = fg - \int f^{'} g dx[/tex]
with
[tex] f(x) = x^{3/2} [/tex]
[tex] g^{'} (x) = e^{-\beta x} [/tex]
you have done the derivative of x^{3/2} wrong...