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Apr 3, 2008 #1 janemba 39 0 what do you have to do to solve this Attachments QuantumMechanicsquestion.jpg 28.7 KB Views: 286 Last edited: Apr 3, 2008
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Apr 4, 2008 #2 Hootenanny Staff Emeritus Science Advisor Gold Member 9,598 6 Try substituting the plane wave solution into the wave equation.
Apr 4, 2008 #4 Dick Science Advisor Homework Helper 26,258 618 You use, like, (d/dx)e^(f(x))=(d/dx)(f(x))*e^(f(x)). The ordinary rules of differentiation. Just tell us what you get. The exponentials should cancel on both sides leaving you with an algebraic relation between omega and k.
You use, like, (d/dx)e^(f(x))=(d/dx)(f(x))*e^(f(x)). The ordinary rules of differentiation. Just tell us what you get. The exponentials should cancel on both sides leaving you with an algebraic relation between omega and k.
Apr 5, 2008 #5 janemba 39 0 is there like a video that teach you the rules of ordinary rules of differentiation ?
Apr 5, 2008 #6 Dick Science Advisor Homework Helper 26,258 618 I don't know that there is a video, but try any elementary calculus text. Pay particular attention to the 'chain rule'.
I don't know that there is a video, but try any elementary calculus text. Pay particular attention to the 'chain rule'.