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Course: PHYSICS 424, Spring 2012
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4 Due Homework on March 12 Problems 2.15, 2.16, 2.18, 2.21, 2.22; Bonus: Problem 2.43 Answers: 2.15 P = 0.157 2.16 H5 ( ) = 120 160 3 + 32 5 2.21 H6 ( ) = 120 + 720 2 480 4 + 64 6 (a) A = a a 2a 2 k2 + a2 hk2 a3/2 1 (c) (x, t ) = ei(kx 2m t ) dk 2 + a2 k (b) (k) = 2.22 (a) A = 1/4 2a 2 2 (c) = 2a || e2ax /(1+ 1+2 2) 2 at h m (d) x = 0, p =0 1 , p2 = h2 a x2 = 4 2 (e) t = 0 Bonus...

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4 Due Homework on March 12 Problems 2.15, 2.16, 2.18, 2.21, 2.22; Bonus: Problem 2.43 Answers: 2.15 P = 0.157 2.16 H5 ( ) = 120 160 3 + 32 5 2.21 H6 ( ) = 120 + 720 2 480 4 + 64 6 (a) A = a a 2a 2 k2 + a2 hk2 a3/2 1 (c) (x, t ) = ei(kx 2m t ) dk 2 + a2 k (b) (k) = 2.22 (a) A = 1/4 2a 2 2 (c) = 2a || e2ax /(1+ 1+2 2) 2 at h m (d) x = 0, p =0 1 , p2 = h2 a x2 = 4 2 (e) t = 0 Bonus Answer: 2.43 (a) A = 2a 1/4 (c) |(x, t )|2 = 2 2 2 (x l /2a)2 e 2 at h m hl (d) x = t , p = hl m 1 hlt 2 x2 = + , 4 2 m p2 = h2 (a + l 2 ) Homework 4, Page 1
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Delaware - PHYSICS - 424
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