Does a elemental particle move through all points along a vector or does it move in "ticks" of a finite quanta?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Or in terms of waves and probability, if we measure the location of a particle at a certian time, will the particle be evenly distributed along all possible points of its vector?

Sorry if this is an invalid question. I am learning.

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# Particle Movement

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