1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A proton in a tin nucleus is known to lie within a sphere whose diameter is about 2.2 multiplied by 10E-14 m. What are the uncertainties in the momentum and kinetic energy of the proton? 2. Relevant equations delta(x)*delta(p) >= hbar delta(E)*delta(t) >= hbar 3. The attempt at a solution I understand the first part finding the uncertainty of the momentum, which is simply. . . 1.05E-34 J(s) / (2.2E-14 m) = 4.77E-21 kg(m/s) I don't however, in any way understand finding the uncertainty in the kinetic energy. . . Howe are we suppose to know this if we aren't told the time (or does that matter). I know the answer should be something times E-14, but I would like to know how to modify and manipulate this equation (delta(E)*delta(t) >= hbar. Any help would be appreciated.