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huh ,, I confused !

would you like to draw an example ,, please !

would you like to draw an example ,, please !

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huh ,, I confused !

would you like to draw an example ,, please !

would you like to draw an example ,, please !

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What is the value when x = 0? When x = a? When x = b?

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i think it's correct now ,,

http://www.gulfup.com/show/X9fk6ltca3fwoco [Broken]

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http://www.gulfup.com/show/X9fk6ltca3fwoco [Broken]

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You have INTEGRATED the function over [0, b]. But you are unable to compute values of the same function in three points in the same interval. How is this possible?

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I'm forced to express the function as two parts, I thought !!

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Your function has ONE value at any ONE point x. Not two, not three, not any other number.

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you mean A=√3/b ?

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At what point is that the value of the function?

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at "A" from the integrated

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and that is to describe the wave function ψ

the problem now is " what is the function on (0,b)"?

I'm not sure if I can summate the two parts from (0,a) to (a,b) without any other operator such as "integral" ?

actually I think it's not correct two ,, it leads to a complicated formulas !

but that's what I could think about to get one function as what you said ,,, !!!

please ,

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