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I am doing some quantum physics homework, and I came across the following problem:

A particle in an infinite square well has the initial wave function

Psi(x,0) = Ax 0?x?a/2

A(a-x) a/2 ?x?a

Find Psi (x,t)

Now after normalizing it, I tried plugging it in SchrÃ¶dinger's equation, however I'm still having problems.

Thanks in advance, Rob.

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# Homework Help: Getting Psi(x,t) from Psi(x,0)

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