## Calculating Wavelength

$c=\lambda v$

Lauren Wong 3K
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### Calculating Wavelength

How should I approach this question:

Jessie_Chen_2L
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### Re: Calculating Wavelength

We know that the frequency $\nu$ is 99.5 MHz, so you would be able to find the wavelength by using the equation $c = \lambda x \nu$.

Substitute in the speed of light for c and your frequency above (remember to convert to Hz) (1 MHz = 10^6 Hz) to find the wavelength.