How many minutes would it take to travel a distance of 7000 meters if you are traveling at a speech of 60 meters per second? Use the formula distance = speed x time.        In lecture, we were given the formula V= λ/T. Sometimes we have to manipulate this formula to answer the question we are being asked.             4a. How do we manipulate the formula V= λ/T if we are given a problem where we need to find T?                    4b. How do we manipulate the formula V= λ/T if we are given a problem where we need to find λ?

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  1. How many minutes would it take to travel a distance of 7000 meters if you are traveling at a speech of 60 meters per second? Use the formula distance = speed x time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. In lecture, we were given the formula V= λ/T. Sometimes we have to manipulate this formula to answer the question we are being asked.

 

            4a. How do we manipulate the formula V= λ/T if we are given a problem where we need to find T?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

            4b. How do we manipulate the formula V= λ/T if we are given a problem where we need to find λ?

 

 

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Step 1

(1)

Find the time taken to travel a sound in a speech.

Substitute the values,

d vt
d
7000ш
t=
60ш/s
116.7s
117s
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d vt d 7000ш t= 60ш/s 116.7s 117s

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Step 2

(4a)

The relation between velocity, wavelength, and time period from the given form...

у-
т
Т-
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у- т Т-

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