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## Homework Statement

In general, how would one calculate total probability/ in Hydrogen atom in two different states (n values)?

## Homework Equations

P(r) = dP/dr = r^2R(r)^2?

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In general, how would one calculate total probability/ in Hydrogen atom in two different states (n values)?

P(r) = dP/dr = r^2R(r)^2?

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You calculate the probability of events, e.g., the probability of rolling a 7.

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