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How do you algebraically demonstrate the superposition principle revealed by the Schrodinger equation (ie. If Psi1(x,t) and Psi2(x,t) are both solutions then Psi(x,t)= Psi1(x,t)+Psi2(x,t) is also a solution.)?

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# Linearity of Schrodinger Equation

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