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Finding the normalizing constant

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Homework Statement


I have trouble finding the normailzation constant for

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[tex]\int[/tex][tex]\left|\alpha^{''}(f)\right|^{2}df[/tex]

The Attempt at a Solution


Should i replace [tex]\alpha=1-\left|R\right|^{2}[/tex] and find the second derivative first?
 
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Cyosis
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Before you can expect any help you should tell us what the variables represent, specify the integration limits and show us what you have tried so far. You say you're having trouble finding the normalisation constant, show us where you get into trouble.
 

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