Hi, I'm currently working through some exam papers from previous years before an upcoming module in Quantum Mechanics.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I'm a little stumped with this one, I'm assuming that I'm looking at a 1D harmonic Oscillator and the wording of the question suggests that the wave function just needs to be stated and not actually proven (?).

In your opinion is this question looking for the wavefunction for n=1 or a general wavefunction in terms of n? its mostly the time dependence which has thrown me.

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# 1D Parabolic potential

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