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No Wavelengths? What to do?

  1. Mar 6, 2015 #1
    image.jpg What would the Wavelength of these particles be?

    Also if you could, what would the amplitude be, I'm guessing 0.
     
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  3. Mar 6, 2015 #2

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    Hello Spock II, welcome to PF :smile:

    Somehow the template disappeared, which is an unfortunate accident. Here it is again:

    1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
    2. Relevant equations
    3. The attempt at a solution

    There's a whole bunch of good reasons for its existence. So good that its use is mandatory in PF as per the guidelines.

    In your post, it would be really nice to have some more context. What on earth is this about ? As far as I can see it could as well be about an ink-jet printer as about a new kind of bowling alley.

    Where do you get stuck in applying what you know and have learned so far (which is ?) to working out this exercise ?
     
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