1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data (NOTE: I solved the first two parts of this problem, but I included it anyway so you have background knowledge for the third question) The average kinetic energy of an electron in a ground-state helium atom is 2.4x10^3 kJ/mol. A. What is the corresponding electron velocity? B. An experiment measures this velocity with an uncertainty of 10%. Calculate the minimum uncertainty in the position of the electron for this experiment. C. The effective radius of a helium atom is 130 pm. Is the uncertainty in the position you calculated in B a significant fraction of this radius? 2. Relevant equations A. KE=(1/2)mv^2 B. Δx*Δv≥ h/(4pi)m C. N/A 3. The attempt at a solution A. Just multiplied 2.4e3 kJ/mol by (1 mole/6.022e23 electrons) and used the above equation to solve for v. Got 3.0e6 m/s. B. Took 10% of my velocity, plugged that into the above inequality. Obtained Δx=2.0e-10 m (can someone check if this is right?) C. If the above answer in B is right, do I just take that answer and divide it by 1.30e-10 m to get my answer for C?