Calculate the wavelengths of the following objects:a muon (a subatomic particle with a mass of 1.884 × 10–25 g) traveling at 315.0 m/s_____ nman electron (me = 9.10939 × 10–28 g) moving at 3.90 × 106 m/s in an electron microscope_____ nman 77.0 kg athlete running a "4-minute mile" (i.e. 4.00 min/mile) _____ nmEarth (mass = 6.10 × 1027 g) moving through space at 2.90 × 104 m/s_____ nm

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Calculate the wavelengths of the following objects:

a muon (a subatomic particle with a mass of 1.884 × 10–25 g) traveling at 315.0 m/s

_____ nm

an electron (me = 9.10939 × 10–28 g) moving at 3.90 × 106 m/s in an electron microscope

_____ nm

an 77.0 kg athlete running a "4-minute mile" (i.e. 4.00 min/mile) 

_____ nm

Earth (mass = 6.10 × 1027 g) moving through space at 2.90 × 104 m/s

_____ nm

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