What is the speed of a 10.0 Hz wave with a wavelength of 2.5 m? A. 0.25 m/s B. 4.0 m/s C. 25 m/s D. 35 m/s **THanks! :D

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What is the speed of a 10.0 Hz wave with a wavelength of 2.5 m? A. 0.25 m/s B. 4.0 m/s C. 25 m/s D. 35 m/s **THanks! :D

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sorry for prvious exercise, the right formula is: \[\Large fT = 1\]
please wait I'm checking your previous exercise
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ok! After my correction, we have: \[\Large \lambda f = v\]
okay! :D
how do we plug in?
we can write this: \[\Large v = 2.5 \times 10 = ...\]
wehave to replace \lambda with 2.5 meters and f with 10 Hz
okay! so we get 25? so our answer is choice C?
yes! correct!
yay!! thank you:)
thank you!! :)

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