soooo I need to normalize this
wavefunction (x) = Ne^[(-x^2)/(2a^2)]
A is a constant, and x goes from neg. to pos. infinite..
I keep doing it over and over.. trying, but now I'm here.. sigh. Our professor is not doing a good job and to make matters worse, hes on vacation our first week in school (he lectured us once), lol.
wow, I wish I had known about the gaussian integral..
k so u-sub I did that as well, couldnt integrate from there, guess I am retarded lol.
So this is the answer... (now going beyond the question)
but to find the normalizing factor I would just Divide one by this answer making it
N = 1 / [answer^(1/2)], I am correct in this assumption... I hope so cause I read it and took notes on it.
now wait a minute... we are taught that normalization is the complex conjugate of the wave function times the orig. wave function, why did you just plug in the original wave function and not multiply it out ? (obviously the integration and what not is correct.. but I got a little confused here when looking it over for a second time when I was actually not a zombie.
See Normalization of the wave-function
Otherwise what you posted makes no sense (to me anyway).