# Homework Help: Time dependent schrodinger equation and wave function

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1. Sep 9, 2015

### PhysicsKid0123

1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
p: momentum
x: position
t: time
h_bar: planck's constant
Ψ: wave function
2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution
I've posted a link to pictures. http://imgur.com/a/TKvUu [Broken]
I'm not vera good at using LaTex yet :(
So I've shown that the wave equation satisfied the schrödinger equation, but I'm not sure how to find which A(p) will also satisfy the schrodinger equation? Any pointers?

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2. Sep 9, 2015

### Ray Vickson

No picture appears. You do not necessarily need to know or use LaTeX (although you should learn to do so); just typing it in text is OK, if you use, say, x^2 for $x^2$, etc., You also need to be careful to use parentheses, so that you can distinguish between $\frac{a}{bc}$ and $\frac{a}{b} c$ (so, write a/(bc) for the first and (a/b)c for the second---rather than a/bc, which could mean either).

3. Sep 9, 2015

### PhysicsKid0123

Updated, thanks. Is it okay to post pictures of my work to show my attempt?

4. Sep 9, 2015

### Ray Vickson

I would never, ever, look at work that requires me to apply for membership to a website in order to view the images. Either upload it directly to PF from your own computer (as an attachment, for example) or type it out.