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## Homework Statement

If I have an electron in an infinite square with kinetic energy greater than the potential moving along a barrier until it reaches a turning point (after, which, is just zero ad infinitum) and I am asked to calculate the probability that it continues along its 'initial path' on the barrier after the turning point.

Would this just be the probability that the potential rises above zero after the turning point?

Otherwise, I'm not sure I understand the question exactly.

Thanks.

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