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    Calculating <x^2> for the n'th stationary state of the infinite square well

    Dear Folks,

    I am in the process of finding <x>, <x^2>, <p>, <p^2> , sigx and sigp of a particle in an infinite square well. I am stuck on <x^2>

    See attached, the proper answer is given on the RHS.
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    ok,

    I have it sorted. if any one is interested in the answer, let me know
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