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30 March, 05:07

Calculate the wavelength of a football (425g) thrown by an NFL quarterback traveling at 50mph

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  1. 30 March, 06:57
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    Wavelength is 6.976 x 10^ - 35 m

    Explanation:

    In this, we can use De Broglie's equation. This equation is the relationship between De Broglie's wavelength, velocity and the mass of a moving object. In this equation, we are using plank's constant which is 6.626 x 10^-34 m^2 kg/s.

    We know that one mile per hour is equivalent to 0.447 M/S.

    And One gram is equivalent to 10^-3 kg.

    De Broglie's wavelength = λ (wave length) = Plank's constant / Mass x velocity

    λ (wave length) = 6.626 x 10^ - 34 / (425 x10^-3) x (50 x 0.447)

    = 6.626 x 10^ - 34 / 0. 425 x 22.35

    = 6.626 x 10^ - 34 / 9.498

    = 6.976 x10^ - 35 m

    So, the wavelength of the football will be 6.976 x 10^ - 35 m
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