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Will give a medal!! The graph of the sine curve below is of electromagnetic energy that represents red light: sine graph with points at 0, 0 and 160, 1 and 320, 0 and 480, negative 1 and 640, 0 What function accurately represents the sine curve for red light? f(x) = sin pi over 640x f(x) = sin 640πx f(x) = sin 320πx f(x) = sin pi over 320x

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