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one of my past papers needs me to show that if 2 eigenfunctions, A and B, of an operator O possess different eigenvalues, a and b, they must be orthogonal. assume eigenvalues are real.

we are given

[tex]\int A

^{*}OB dx[/tex] = [tex]\int(OA)

^{*}B dx[/tex]

* indicates conjugate