The problem statement, all variables and given/known data?
Prove that neither
<xp>=∫ψ* x(ħ/i)(∂/∂x) ψ dx
nor <xp>=∫ψ* x(ħ/i)(∂/∂x)xψ dx
is acceptable because both lead to imaginary value.Show that
<xp>=∫ψ* x(ħ/i)(∂/∂x) ψ dx + ∫ψ* x(ħ/i)(∂/∂x)xψ dx leads to real value.Does
Now aren't you glad that I usually ask silly questions?
It's a quantum physics equation describing the relationship
between two quanta of spooky matter.
- 9 years agoFavorite Answer
Pig Latin no doubt,my pig picked up on it right away.
- Anonymous9 years ago
- BeulahLv 79 years ago
Aye well Laddie
I would need a relationship with a quantity of physics to help me solve this.
OUCH!!! just got splinters from scratching my head.
- johnLv 79 years ago
Sounds to me like you got tired of watching the election returns and started watching reruns of "The Big Bang Theory".
Either that or,horror of horrors,the discount shoe salesman from 2-3 years ago has returned.
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- SLv 79 years ago
Well, I know it's real math, but don't ask me to solve it. If you want any playmates you better stick with your regular questions or take a little visit to the math section. By the way is this calculus?
- Happy SummerLv 69 years ago
wow...can my keyboard do that?
I actually have seen spooky matter in an old vicorian I lived in. Could have been a parallel universe. Naw!!
- DeeJayLv 79 years ago
Spike - you've be listening to Coast To Coast.
I'll take a leap on this one.
- SlyKittyLv 59 years ago
Very spooky matter of fact.
- MiltonLv 79 years ago
Translate this poem:
The spell checker just had fun with this, Now its your turn. I promise you that if you can speak text, you can translate this.
- handymanLv 79 years ago
WTF? If you have that kind of a problem, all the variants and data in the world aren't going to help. Try taking a warm bath, maybe with epsom salts, and for good measure, put your head under the tap.