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Bill Simpson
03/22/13 00:09am

1: Separate statements with semicolons and you may avoid some very perplexing problems.

2: Separate Ik with a space between those two characters to tell Mathematica this is the product of two things and not one variable with a funny name.

3: Plot the function Ψ using Plot[Ψ[y], {y, -.1, .1}]

4: Avoid trying to use Plot with complex values, even if the complex part is small, using Plot[{Re[Ψ[y]], Im[Ψ[y]]}, {y, -.1, .1}]
or even just Plot[Re[Ψ[y]], {y, -.1, .1}]

Combine all those and you may find happiness

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Complex, numerical integral would not integrate Minamoto 03/20/13 7:05pm
Re: Complex, numerical integral would not integ... Bill Simpson 03/22/13 00:09am
Re: Complex, numerical integral would not integ... Minamoto 03/22/13 12:59pm
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