
#1
May613, 02:54 AM

P: 102

in the equation v=f[tex] /lambda [/tex] can you use c instead of v for wavespeed?




#2
May613, 03:15 AM

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Thanks
P: 26,167

Hi Pseudo Epsilon!
(ie electromagnetic waves in a vacuum) 



#3
May613, 05:05 AM

P: 102

but ive heard it used for other things. Cant it EVER be used for nonem waves? Would it e incorect?




#4
May613, 05:12 AM

P: 288

need help with argument about wave equation 



#6
May613, 08:28 AM

P: 102

lol.thanks



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