anonymous
  • anonymous
If frequency is kept constant, how are the velocity and wavelength of a wave related?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
wavelength equals velocity / frequency
anonymous
  • anonymous
so if frequency stays the same and velocity goes up then wavelength goes up, and vise versa
anonymous
  • anonymous
Velocity = wave length / time?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Velocity = wave length * Frequency
anonymous
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they are "directly proportional", is what you would say i guess
anonymous
  • anonymous
thank you!:)
anonymous
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You're welcome :)

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