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Textbook Problem

If Planck's constant were large, say 1034 times greater than it is, we would observe macroscopic entities to be quantized. Describe the motions of a child's swing under such circumstances.

To determine

The description of the motions of a child’s swing when the Planck’s constant is large.

Explanation

Introduction:

Planck proposed the constant for quantized particle of the radiation that is emitted by the black body. It has the constant value of 6.26×1034 Js .

If the child swings, then its motion is continuous and the swing’s position is continuously changing from one position to the other

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