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Re: HELP ME PLEASE!~!!!!!!

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Posted by Wavebox? on September 1, 1998 23:21:59 UTC

: HI, I just started a class on quantum mechanics and have never been so lost in my entire life! Could someone tell me what a wave function is actually good for in real life situations? what bearing does it have, if any???? And anything else concerning wave functions would greatly be apprecitated. Thanks

Wave function? What makes wave? Drop small rock at water. You can see wave. Go to ocean. You can see wave. Wave itself is form of something which move. Water example.

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