anonymous
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How does increasing the speed of a wave travels affect its wavelength?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
anyone????????
anonymous
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www.physicsclassroom.com
anonymous
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what.... http://www.physicsclassroom.com is too general

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anonymous
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i need specific info
anonymous
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Is it an electromagnetic wave or mechanical wave?
anonymous
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electromagnetic wave
JamesJ
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And now you see why linking to www.physicsclassroom.com is not useful
anonymous
  • anonymous
why?
anonymous
  • anonymous
ohhhhhhh
anonymous
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???
anonymous
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Electromagnetic waves are considered to be traveling at the speed of light for simple analysis, but\[\lambda = {v \over f}\]From the equation we see a direct correlation between velocity and wavelength. At the same frequency, if we increase velocity, we increase wavelength.
anonymous
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\[wavelength = v \div f\]?????
anonymous
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yes, lambda \(\lambda\) is the symbol for wavelength.

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