2. Now consider a particle in the ground state of the harmonic oscillator. (a) The textbook gives the wave function for the ground state, but not the...
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2. Now consider a particle in the ground state of the harmonic oscillator. (a) The textbook gives the wave function for the ground state, but not the value of the constant A1. Determine what it has to be if the ground state is normalized. (b) Suppose a classical particle has an energy equal to the ground state energy E1. This particle will, of course, oscillate back and forth as though it were attached to a spring. What would its turning points be? (c) In quantum mechanics, though, the particle can be found outside these classical turning points - in other words, in the classically forbidden region. What is the probability that the quantum particle (in the ground state) would be found in that forbidden region? Give your answer as a percentage.

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