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Suppose I have an operator A. Its average is <A> and the standard deviation $$\sigma=\sqrt {<A^2>-<A>^2} $$.
I now want the standard error which is $$\sigma/\sqrt {n} $$.
I wondered what n is in quantum mechanics ? The wsvefunction is supposed to describe a single particle so it should be 1 ? Or shall we take an ensemble interpretation ?
I now want the standard error which is $$\sigma/\sqrt {n} $$.
I wondered what n is in quantum mechanics ? The wsvefunction is supposed to describe a single particle so it should be 1 ? Or shall we take an ensemble interpretation ?