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When looking at problems that call for the Heisenberg uncertainty Equation, do we always solve for delta p (indeterminacy in momentum) first, because we are given the delta x (position), or does it just depend on what the question is asking for?
Problems will sometimes give the indeterminacy in position (delta x) and mass of the object and ask you to solve for delta v. This can be done because (delta p)=(delta v)*mass, so you can use the information you are given to calculate delta v.
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