Posted by **HELP ME!** on Sunday, May 17, 2009 at 11:23am.

Given the amplitude of a wave and the wabelength how to you find the period?

The problem then goes on and asks me how to find the speed which I know how to do I just don't know how to find the period...

Please show me how to do and the formulas to use thanks for the help

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