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we know tht =h/mv now if v=0 then = mathematically it is correct but logically if a partical is at rest then it will not hav displacement and therefore 0 wavelenght is i m wrong?? please tell me, also when v= , =0 this is also right mathematically , but logically if a partical has displacement then how d wavelength is zero yaar please clear my doubts


we know tht =h/mv
now if v=0 then = mathematically it is correct but logically if a partical is at rest then it will not hav displacement and therefore 0 wavelenght is i m wrong?? please tell me,
also when v=,  =0 this is also right mathematically ,
but logically if a partical has displacement then how d wavelength is zero yaar
please clear my doubts


Grade:upto college level

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