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The inequality for Heisenberg's indeterminacy places Planck's constant (an extremely small number) in the numerator to be divided further by 4pi, resulting in an even further miniscule value. You would have to multiply a conventional mass of everyday objects by an indistinguishable small number representing the uncertainty in momentum to get a value this tiny. So, for everyday objects Heisenberg's indeterminacy principle does not play a measurable role.
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