For stationary states solution for a particle in a box in infinite wall. i.e. $\psi=Ax(a-x)$ for $x\in[0,a]$.
$<x>=L/2$ would be a definite solution. Similarly, $<p>=0$, where $<p^2>\neq 0$.
- Question 1, was the expectation value of stationary states solution $<x>$ and $<p>$ always independent of time?(I thought so as if write $\psi=\sum \psi_n(x)\phi_n(t)$ and then the time dependent part$\phi_n(t)^*\phi_n(t)=1$)
If so, then I understood that the uncertainty principle was still followed by each observation. However $<p>=0$ implied that the expectation of speed $<v>=0$ as through $p=mv$. The name stationary states was in deed stationary states.
- Question 2, but what's the point of the uncertainty principle here then? As the wave function seemed to be "set". In a sense that since the system was independent of time, we could well measure the system couple of times. For instance, one time for momentum, and the other time for position. Or simply measure over 30 times and then use normal distribution.