1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A mosquito of mass .15mg is found to be flying at a speed of 50 cm/s within an uncertainly of .5 mm/s. a) How precisely can it's position be known? 2. Relevant equations Delta p * Delta x = h bar / 2 p = mv 3. The attempt at a solution I look at problem originally and simply solved for momentum using the given velocity 50 cm/s. Then i plugged that into the delta x * delta p = h bar / 2. I got the answer 7.033 X 10^-31 Then I realized that I never used the variable describing the uncertainly of the fly's velocity. Clearly this is relevant to the solution of the problem. I think that I calculated the acutal momentum, as opposed to the uncertaintly of momentum, which the above equation calls for. How am I supposed to differentiate between the actual velocity and the uncertaintly of velocity? Does the problem want me to give a range of positions? I could solve for the uncertainly of momentum using 50 cm/s + or - .5 mm/s. Could I then could find a max and a min position using the uncertainly equation? What exactly should I be solving for? Thank you in advance!