Problem to Normalize a wave function

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Homework Statement



To find the stationary states and the corresponding energies, I need to normalize the following equations:

[tex]X(x)=A_x sin(\frac{n_x\Pi}{a}x)[/tex]

[tex]Y(y)=A_y sin(\frac{n_y\Pi}{a}y[/tex]

[tex]Z(z)=A_z sin(\frac{n_z\Pi}{a}z[/tex]

Because of their similiraty, these value of the normalize coefficient is the same, namely:

[tex]A_x=A_y=A_z = \sqrt\frac{2}{a}[/tex],

as given in my textbook.

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Applying the normalization condition:

[tex]\int_{-infty}^{infty}\psi^\ast\psi dx = 1[/tex]


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