Using completeness relation to find <Omega>=0

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I am stuck on this Self-test 1.6 in molecular quantum mechanics by atkins and friedman.
Probably making use of the completeness relation the question is the following: Show that if <Ωf>*=-Ωf*, then <Ω>=0 for any real function f.
Anyone got a clue?
 

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phoenix95
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Hi ChemicalTom
The self test 1.6 in the book you mentioned, is different from the problem you've posted. I'm using fourth edition... correct me if I'm wrong...

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dextercioby
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In the 4th edition it's the self-test 1.9 on page 33.
 
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Hi Phoenix95 I am using the fifth editon.
 
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