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a longitudinal wave with a frequency of 3.0 Hz takes 1.7 s to travel the length of a 2.5-m slinky (see figure 16.3). Determine the wavelength of the wave.

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    λ=v/f=s/tf=2.5/1.7•3=0.49 m

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