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theredhead1617

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Quantum mechanics asserts that the position of the electron can only be known in terms of probabilities and its motion (path) cannot be known at all, whereas classical mechanics asserts that the position and motion of any particle can be determined exactly. (Points : 2) True False @aaronq

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    true

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    in quantum mechanics electrons "buzz" around unpredictively

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    unpredictably *

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