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Calculate the wavelength of earth (mass=6.20x10^27 g) moving through space at 3.20x10^4 m/s Give answer in...

Calculate the wavelength of earth (mass=6.20x10^27 g) moving through space at 3.20x10^4 m/s
Give answer in nm

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Answer #1

     =h/mv

m   = 6.20*10^27 g     = 6.20*10^24Kg

v   = 3.20*10^4 m/s

h    = 6.625*10^-34J-sec

    = h/mv

       = 6.625*10^-34 /6.20*10^24 * 3.2*10^4

       = 3.34*10^-63m    = 3.34*10^-54 nm                [ 1nm = 10^-9 m]

       = 3.34*10^-54 nm     >>>>>answer

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