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Suppose a popular FM radio station broadcasts radio waves with a frequency of 93. MHz. Calculate the wavelength of these radio waves.
Round your answer to 2 significant digits.

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  1. wavelength =velocity / frequency

    velocity = c = 3.0E8 m/s

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