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The horizontal distance between a crest to the next trough of an ocean wave is 5 meters. What is the wavelength of the ocean wave? 2 meters 5 meters 10 meters 20 meters

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  1. Shane_B
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    Wavelength is crest-to-crest and crest-to-trough is half of that. So in this problem it's \[(5m)(2) = 10m\]

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    yes it is 10m.

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