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Homework Statement
I am supposed to find probability of staying in x < 0 for a superposition of two Gaussians. The wavefunction is something along the lines of:
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The Attempt at a Solution
Usually, the step involved in finding probabilities for 1 particle is just to perform the integral of ##\Psi^2## between 2 points (##\infty## to 0 i believe) . However, I believe this wavefunction is the sum of 2 separately normalized gaussians. I'm not sure how I should proceed.
Advice is greatly appreciated!
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