anonymous
  • anonymous
In the figure shown above, how could you determine the wavelength
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anonymous
  • anonymous
which figure?
anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
can you help

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anonymous
  • anonymous
is any one here
anonymous
  • anonymous
can some one please help
anonymous
  • anonymous
is any one going to help
anonymous
  • anonymous
to get the wavelength one has to know the frequency and the phase velocity of the wave... and neither of them is mentioned in the piture!!
anonymous
  • anonymous
it's impossible to determine the exact wavelength with no variables given
anonymous
  • anonymous
The distance between A and B times 2 would get you the wavelength, if we knew the position on the transverse axis of A and B.

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