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1. Homework Statement

I've been attempting this one for a while now and so far it has been to no avail. The question itself is in the attached document.

I am given an expression that defines the wavefunction moving in 1-D over an interval and the time component is fixed with t=0.

2. Homework Equations

〖|ψ(x,0)|〗^2 = prob dist, in which likelihood of finding a particle at that point can be inferred.

3. The Attempt at a Solution

first of all I assume that (A) is a complex constant and as a result i multiply the wavefunction by its conjugate to get the following,

〖|ψ(x,0)|〗^2=|A|^2 (x^4-2x^3 a+x^2 a^2) which I am not sure is correct and furthermore have no idea how to sketch it.

any guidance would be appreciated!

I've been attempting this one for a while now and so far it has been to no avail. The question itself is in the attached document.

I am given an expression that defines the wavefunction moving in 1-D over an interval and the time component is fixed with t=0.

2. Homework Equations

〖|ψ(x,0)|〗^2 = prob dist, in which likelihood of finding a particle at that point can be inferred.

3. The Attempt at a Solution

first of all I assume that (A) is a complex constant and as a result i multiply the wavefunction by its conjugate to get the following,

〖|ψ(x,0)|〗^2=|A|^2 (x^4-2x^3 a+x^2 a^2) which I am not sure is correct and furthermore have no idea how to sketch it.

any guidance would be appreciated!