A tuning fork vibrating at 200 Hz is placed under water. If sound travels 1500 m/s through water, what is the wavelength of this sound wave?

300,000 m
7.5 m
0.13 m
1300 m

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  1. v= frq x wavelenth
    1500 m/s = 200 hz * wavelength

  2. It is B, thank you.

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