## Velocity of a Wave Questions

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*A 50 Hz wave is 20 meters long. Find its velocity.*

What does 50 Hz stand for?

- Frequency
- Wavelength
- Velocity
- Force
- Acceleration
- Period

*A 50 Hz wave is 20 meters long. Find its velocity.*

f = 50 Hz

What does 20 meters stand for?

- Frequency
- Wavelength
- Velocity
- Force
- Acceleration
- Period

*A 50 Hz wave is 20 meters long. Find its velocity.*

f = 50 Hz

λ = 20 meters

What are you looking for?

- v
- f
- λ
- T
- r
- D
- F

*A 50 Hz wave is 20 meters long. Find its velocity.*

f = 50 Hz

λ = 20 meters

v = ?

What is the equation will you use?

- v = fλ
- v = d/t
- F = ma
- V = IR
- a = (v
_{f} - v_{i})/(Δt) - p = mv
- W = Fd

*A 50 Hz wave is 20 meters long. Find its velocity.*

f = 50 Hz; λ = 20 meters; v = ?

v = fλ

Which of the following is correct?

- v = (50 Hz) x (20 m)
- v = (50 Hz) + (20 m)
- v = (20 m) ÷ (50 Hz)
- v = (50 Hz) ÷ (20 m)

*A 50 Hz wave is 20 meters long. Find its velocity.*

f = 50 Hz; λ = 20 meters

v = fλ

v = (50 Hz) x (20 m)

Which of the following is correct?

- v = 1000 m/s
- v = 1000 seconds
- v = 1000 Hz
- v = 1000 cycles

*A 15 Hz wave is 4 meters long. Find its velocity.*

What does 15 Hz stand for?

- Frequency
- Wavelength
- Velocity
- Force
- Acceleration
- Period

*A 15 Hz wave is 4 meters long. Find its velocity.*

f = 15 Hz

What does 4 meters stand for?

- Frequency
- Wavelength
- Velocity
- Force
- Acceleration
- Period

*A 15 Hz wave is 4 meters long. Find its velocity.*

f = 15 Hz

λ = 4 meters

What are you looking for?

- λ
- f
- v
- F
- r
- T

*A 15 Hz wave is 4 meters long. Find its velocity.*

f = 15 Hz

λ = 4 meters

v = ?

What equation will you use?

- v = fλ
- v = d/t
- F = ma
- V = IR
- a = (v
_{f} - v_{i})/(Δt) - p = mv
- W = Fd

*A 15 Hz wave is 4 meters long. Find its velocity.*

f = 15 Hz; λ = 4 meters

v = fλ

Which of the following is correct?

- v = (15 Hz) x (4 m)
- v = (15 Hz) + (4 m)
- v = (15 m) ÷ (4 Hz)
- v = (15 Hz) ÷ (4 m)

*A 15 Hz wave is 4 meters long. Find its velocity.*

f = 15 Hz; λ = 4 meters; v = ?

v = fλ

v = (15 Hz) x (4 m)

Which of the following is correct?

- v = 60 m/s
- v = 60 seconds
- v = 60 Hz
- v = 60 cycles