# Physics

The period of longitudinal sinusoidal wave is 0.16 seconds and its wavelength is 8.0 meters. Calculate the wave's speed, frequency, angular frequency and wave number.

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1. T=0.16 s, λ=8 m
λ=vT
v= λ/T= 8/0.16 =50 m/s

f=1/T=1.0.16 =6.25 Hz
ω=2πf =…
k=2π/ λ=…

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