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pipp pipp
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I am currently taking astronomy, and I need help with answers for chapter s4, or simply understanding whats going on, please help!!

Here's an example of a question:If we measure a subatomic particle's position very precisely, then...

its momentum will be highly uncertain. 
 its spin will be highly uncertain. 
 we would be violating the uncertainty principle.
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smartie_778smartie_778
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I would say its momentum will be high uncertain since according to the uncertainty principle, we can only measure either a subatomic particle's position very precisely or its momentum. so if we measure a subatomic particle's poistion very precisely then its momentume will be highly uncertain.
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Its momentum will be highly uncertain.
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