[itex]\Psi(x,t)=Ae^{-a[(mx^2/h)+i t]}[/itex] (1)(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

A and a are positive real constant.

Use Normalization to get A, the answer says that:

[itex]1=2|A|^2 \int_0^\inf e^{-2amx^2/h}dx[/itex] (2)

Can you show me how to do the transform to get the righside of the equation (2)?

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# Equation problem. How to elimintate t?

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