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    The translation operator S(a), for arbitrary constant real vector a, is defined such that...

    a) Show, using the Taylor expansion of Φ(x-a) about x, that S(a) may be expressed in terms of the momentum operator p=.. Sum the expansion to give a simple closed-form expression for S(a).

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