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anonymous

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PLEASE HELP. Which of the following do you use to measure wavelengths ??

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    I am thinking maybe A, or C.

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    @donmath1.2

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    i think B

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    You were right! Thanks so much for your help. I apologize for asking so many.

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    no prob i would love to explain though

  7. anonymous
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    Please explain

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    It helps me for future questions

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    imagine your hands a spring move your handls like joining your hands in yoga namste then taking them away

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    the distance between successive compresion and rarefraction

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    I see, in my notes I wrote that about Longitudinal waves. Do you think you could help me with one last one? It's okay if you don't want to. You're very helpful.

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    sure would love to bro

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    I think it is D, but I am not sure.

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    lamda = C/F c ->speed f-> frequency

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    D is right

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    So I divide the speed and frequency , and whichever is the highest is the longest wavelength ?

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    yes

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