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Wavelength and frequency are inversely related, as when they are multiplied, they result in a constant. I believe that amplitude is a separate value with no relation to the other two. For example, a wave might have a set frequency, and thus a set wavelength to compensate. The amplitude could be any value and the wavelength and frequency would still be able to remain the same.
If you want a more physical approach to the relationship between amplitude to that of frequency and wavelength, then I suggest attempting 1A. 3. It is on page 9 and after solving it, I understand the concepts much more.
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