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By learning to associate small hints with a corresponding physics principle, they can often visualize an equation for a problem even before they have fully read it. In addition, we know that in macroscopic bodies with enormous numbers of quantum particles, quantum effects are averaged over, so that the uncertainty in position and momentum of a large body still obeys Heisenberg's indeterminacy principle, but the uncertainty is for all practical purposes unmeasurable and the body can be treated classically.

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