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Find the deBroglie wavelength of a 0.10kg ball moving at 19.0m/s? Why don’t we see this wave?

ok so we start out with this equation...
λ = h/p
so...
λ = (6.63E34 Js)/(0.1 kg x 19 m/s)
λ = 3.489E34 m
and we don't see this wave because..well...look at its size o.O
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