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I have been told that the motion of particles at the quantum level are random. If this is not true please elaborate.

Whether this is the case or whether there is a pattern waiting to be discovered, isn't it true that the world at the quantum level is still governed by mathematically precise laws as it is at the level of general relativity?

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# Governing laws of quantum mechanics

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