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d^2/dx^2(y)=0

with solution

y=Ax+b

But, what I am interested in is solving this problem by defining the wave functions in the given intervals as either classically forbidden or classically allowed and then from those values determining the probability current densities for each interval and then the reflection and transmission percentages.

But to do this, I need to determine how to define interval 2 as CA or CF.

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