"assume that the three real functions ψ1,ψ2, and ψ3 are normalized and orthogonal. Normalize the following function"
ψ1 - ψ21/(sqrt2) + ψ3sqrt(3)/sqrt(6)
This is for a physical chemistry class. I haven't seen an example like this. All that is in our textbook is that integral[ /ψ/2dT] needs to equal 1 which is accomplished by adjusting N so N2 Integral[ /ψ/2dx] =1
The Attempt at a Solution
Is this correct? What range do I integrate it over? no x values are given.
Any help will be greatly appreciated!