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Posted by Michael Libbie on March 14, 2001 06:53:32 UTC

i thought that the uncertainty principle was formed after trying to actually locate and measure electrons(or waves whatever). i understand the principle as a theoretical mathematical analysis of precision and probability. but i do not no any of the math behind it perhaps you can briefly explain it too me.
--> delta(x) and delta(p)? what do they represent?
-->what does hbar represent?
--> what does this equation try to prove?
maybe you mis-understood my comment on math. trust me i didnt mean to belittle math it at all.
there is no need for you to synically tell me "sorry" about anything.

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