1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A particle is described by the state of the following wave function. wavefunction(x,y) = 30/[(a^5)(b^5)]^1/2 * x(a-x) * b(b-y) 2. Relevant equations integral from 0 to i of x^n * (1-x)^m dx = (n!m!)/(n+m+1)! 3. The attempt at a solution I know that normalizing means taking the integral from negative infinity to positive infinity of the probability density squared with respect to x, but I just don't know how to take that with respect to x and y. I tried looking at problems that involved a particle in a 2d box, but doing the math seems extremely difficult.