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Being direct to the point: Does normalization removes singularities? Such as infinite.

I came up with this question because, while I was working with a not normalized function, I reached a very strange result. There are two points where the probability tends to infininte.

Maybe that's because the function is not normalized. (intuitively, I thought the normalization would only re-scale the 'curve', when plotted) Or did I mess up the calculation?

If anyone wants to see more than that first question, I can show the equations I'm working. So we can have a more specific discussion. :)

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# Normalization and singularities

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