1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Near a certain position xA, a quanton's wavefunction ψ(xA)=-0.3 in some units. Near a certain position xB, a quanton's wavefunction ψ(xB[\SUB])=0.12 in the same units. If we do an experiment to locate the quanton, how many times more likely is i that the result is in a small range near xA than in a range twice as large near xB? Please explain. 2. Relevant equations ψ(x)=ψ/sqrt(Δx) |ψ|2=Pr(x) 3. The attempt at a solution I used the definitions of wavefunction and amplitude to get Pr(x)=|ψ(x)|2Δx. So Pr(xA)=(-0.3)2=0.09 And Pr(xB)=2(0.12)2=0.0288 Therefore Pr(xA)=3.125Pr(xB) Is this the right way to think about this? And how would I "explain"?