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What is c?

2. 1 = integral of wavefunction^{2}from -infinity to +infinity

3. From the graph, the area above the x-axis is 2/3 the total area. I solved the following integral (int) from -1 to +1:

2/3 = int(c^{2}dx)

Obtaining 2/3 = 2c^{2}

So c = sqrt(1/3) = 0.58 nm^{-1/2}

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