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true or false- Classical mechanics analytically describes the motion of all objects on the macroscopic scale, but does not apply well at the subatomic level.
Classical mechanics analytically describes the motion of all objects on the macroscopic scale, but does not apply well at the subatomic level. TRUE.
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Classical mechanics analytically describes the motion of all objects on the macroscopic scale, but does not apply well at the subatomic level. TRUE.
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