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# Ask AI: A transverse wave of wavelength 400 m moves at a frequency of 36 Hz. What is the velocity of the wave?

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Question: A transverse wave of wavelength 400 m moves at a frequency of 36 Hz. What is the velocity of the wave?

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The velocity (v) of a wave can be calculated by multiplying its frequency (f) by its wavelength (λ). This concept is expressed by the formula: v = f * λ Given that the frequency (f) is 36 Hz and the wavelength (λ) is 400 m, we can substitute these values into the formula: v = 36 Hz * 400 m = 14400 m/s Therefore, the velocity of the wave is 14400 meters per second.

May 8, 2024, 6:19 a.m.

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