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HI, Suppose there are two operators A and B , We have to find A /B - Will it equal to AB^{-1
OR B-1 A , Because i have read that it equals to AB-1 , BUT i could not find reason for that.
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There is no reason - its just A/B is read left to right so you tend to write it as AB^-1.HI, Suppose there are two operators A and B , We have to find A /B - Will it equal to AB^{-1 OR B-1 A , Because i have read that it equals to AB-1 , BUT i could not find reason for that.}
Who asks you this? I have never seen this notation and I think it isn't used precisely because it is ambiguous.HI, Suppose there are two operators A and B , We have to find A /B
how do you know i am arabI think that arab physicists will not be convinced by this answer!
hello i have read this in book " quantum mechanics concepts and applicatiotion" by zettlii page 147 2nd editionThere is no reason - its just A/B is read left to right so you tend to write it as AB^-1.
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He doesn't. Naima was pointing out that Bhobba's answer wouldn't be particularly helpful to someone whose native language is written right-to-left, and Arabic is the first example that came to mind.how do you know i am arab