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Unformatted text preview: (e) The linear momentum is measured in the state (x, t = 0). Find the values that can be measured and the absolute probability of obtaining each result. 3. Consider an electron whose energy eigen functions satisfy H n = E n n . The n s are normalized over the 1-D space. Consider a mixed state of the electron at t = 0 given by: 5 2 5 2 ; 5 2 E E + = (a) Normalize over the space. (b) Calculate the expectation value of the total energy in state in terms of E n . (c) If the measurement of total energy is made in the state , what results can be obtained and with what absolute probability will each of these results be found? (d) What is E, the uncertainty of the total energy in the state in terms of E 2 and E 5 ?...
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