We will have ti use the Heisenberg's uncertainty principle in this problem. So we have

Dp. Dx >= h/4*pi

where Dx denotes uncertainty in position and Dp the uncertainty in momentum.

=> Dx >= h / (4 * pi * m* Dv)

where Dv is the uncertainty in velocity.

Dv = (0.10/100) * 1.10 * 10^6 = 1.10 * 10^3 m/s [10^6 means 10 raised to the power 6]

So

Dx >=h / (4 * pi * m* 1.10 * 10^3) = 5.268 * 10^(-8) m

So the min uncertainty in position is is given by Dx which implies maximum precision.

So

Dp. Dx >= h/4*pi

where Dx denotes uncertainty in position and Dp the uncertainty in momentum.

=> Dx >= h / (4 * pi * m* Dv)

where Dv is the uncertainty in velocity.

Dv = (0.10/100) * 1.10 * 10^6 = 1.10 * 10^3 m/s [10^6 means 10 raised to the power 6]

So

Dx >=h / (4 * pi * m* 1.10 * 10^3) = 5.268 * 10^(-8) m

So the min uncertainty in position is is given by Dx which implies maximum precision.

So

**Dx = 5.268 * 10^(-8) m.**