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As far as I know, the probability of a quantum object being in a certain position depends on the wave function value for each position. That raises a question: Is this probability strictly greater than 0 for all points? If I place an electron in a box, it can be anywhere on the box, or anywhere on the universe?
For example, there is always a small possibility of finding a value however far from the mean, while that is not the case for a triangular distribution.
Also, slightly related: Is this property maintained when studying classical objects? Is there any possibility, even if unimaginably small, that all of the particles of a cat will simply move somewhere else at the same time, "teleporting" it?