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I have been studying Quantum mechanics course for one month and our subject for now is Time-independent Schrödinger Equation. What I couldn't figure out is whether [tex]\Psi(x,\,0) = \Psi(x)[/tex], since [tex]\Psi(x,\,0)[/tex] doesn't contain any time dependence and [tex]\Psi(x)[/tex] as well. Can someone explain me that that expression is true.

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# Time-independent Schrödinger Equation

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