Suppose I solve the Schrodinger wave equation described in terms of position (as opposed to momentum based description), it gives me the wave function from which I can determine the probability distribution function (pdf) for position with a parameter as time.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I view it as the following, the probability distribution for a random Variable X with parameter t. Now what I would like to do is find the probability distribution for the variable m dX/dt - the classical definition of momentum. Could someone guide me as to how to go about this?

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# Probability distribution of classical momentum

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