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Consider a one-dimensional simple harmonic oscillator whose classical angular fre- quency is wo. for t <0 it is known to be in the ground state. for t>0 there i

Consider a one-dimensional simple harmonic oscillator whose classical angular fre- quency is wo. For t <0 it is known to be in the ground state. For t>0 there is also a time-dependent potential Vt)= Fox cos t, where Fo is constant in both space and time. Obtain an expression for the expecC- tation value (x) as a function of time using time-dependent perturbation theory to lowest nonvanishing order. Is this procedure valid for w 00? [You may use (n'|x |n) = h/2mooVn +18p' n+1 tynon'n-1).]

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    Chandra prakash

    actually what you want to ask.. plz Clearifiy ...

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