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|Deriving Newton's Third Law from homogeneity of Space|
Two paths having the same phase in the path integral approach
I guess you got the wrong amplitude. I was talking about the amplitude, which when squared, gives the probability for the particle to go from 'a' to 'b'. So, rephrasing the question, are there two paths (not close to each other; distinct) to go from 'a' to 'b' such that both their phases are the same?
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