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Astrid Lunde 1G wrote:Joseph Saba wrote:I believe since we use the equation c = w*f, then 3e8= 98.6e6x. to solve for x (wavelength) then divide by the frequency. I got 3.05 meters.
Are c and w*f constant values in the equation you used?
C is a constant value which is the speed of light. Lavelle introduced it in lectures as 3.00x10^8 m/s in a vacuum. I'm assuming w and f stand for wavelength and frequency which are not constants since they will be different depending on the problem.
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