Suppose that the momentum of an electron is measured with complete accuracy (i.e., the uncertainty in its momentum is zero). The uncertainty in a simultaneous measurement of the electron s position __________. (a) is also zero (b) is infinitely large (c) is some finite value between zero and infinity (d) cannot be measured, because one cannot measure the position and momentum of a particle, such as an electron, simultaneously |

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