(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); can anyone help?? in quantum mechanics commutator prove [L^x,L^y] = ihL^z

given

:L^x =(y^(pz)^-z^(py)^)

:L^y =(z^(px)^-x^(pz)^)

:L^z =(x^(py)^-y^(px)^) where ^ is just showing its operator

prove comutator [L^x,L^y] = ihL^z

I am swamped at every hurdle and cant seem to get my head around this question to find the answe of ihL^z . any help would be very much appreciated:surprised

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# Homework Help: Can anyone help? in quantum mechanics commutator prove [L^x,L^y] = ihL^z

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