Wave speed is simply frequency multiplied by wavelength. 1.2m * 250Hz = 300m/s
Speed divided by frequency. 12.96 meters.
Yes. The wavelength of a sound is(speed of sound in air)/(frequency of the sound) .
wavelenght is the distance between the 2 peaks in sound waves and can be calculated by Wavelenght is = wave speed/ frequency or wave speed __________ frequency
The speed of a wave is its wavelength (Î») x frequency (Æ’).v = Î»â€¢Æ’ = 1.2m x 250Hz = 300m/s
The sound wave travels 1.2 m in 1/250 second or 1.2*250 m/s = 300 m/s. Note that period = 1/frequency.
No, the speed of sound may be 340 meters per second.The frequency is speed of sound divided by wavelength.So your frequency f = 340 / 0.68 = 500 Hz.
A sound spectrogram measures the frequency and wavelengths of sound waves. The frequency is measured in Hertz and the wavelengths are measured in meters.
the answer and not the equation is 171.5 hz
Use the formula: Velocity= Wavelength*Frequency 330=5*fequency frequency=330/5 frequency=66
Wavelength = (wave speed)/(frequency) .The speed of sound is influenced by the density of the material it's traveling through.If that's air, it depends on the temperature, humidity, pressure, altitude, suspendedparticulate matter, etc. Whatever the speed of the sound happens to be, thewavelength of a 250 Hz sound will be (speed, units per second)/(250) units.A typical speed of sound in sea-level air is around 340 meters per second. At thatspeed, the wavelength of the same sound is340/250 = 136 centimeters