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Based on the solutions to the Schrödinger equation for the
ground state of the hydrogen atom, what is the probability of
finding the electron within (inside) a radial distance of
3.5a_{0} (3.5 times the Bohr radius) of the nucleus?
Express the probability as a decimal (for example, 50% would be
expressed as 0.50).

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