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how do you calculate velocity and wavelength...?

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    \[\lambda = {v \over f}\] Since velocity, \(v\), and frequency, \(f\), and wavelength, \(\lambda\), are all related, we must known two before we can solve for a third. Typically, electromagnetic waves are considered to travel at the speed of light.

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