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Frequency is 2.81 MHz ( I got this one right)

B) what is the wavelength of the radiowaves emited by the radio station?

I was told to do this just take 1/f,but this gave me a wrong answer. Is there another way of going about it?

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Frequency is 2.81 MHz ( I got this one right)

B) what is the wavelength of the radiowaves emited by the radio station?

I was told to do this just take 1/f,but this gave me a wrong answer. Is there another way of going about it?

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for wavelength you want to use the equation for all waves

[tex] v = f \lambda [/tex]

where v is the speed of propogation of the wave

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[tex] f = c/\lambda [/tex]

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Well there goes the chance of the OP doing any of the work for himself.

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A lot of people dont know that, its not a question of doing work, its just a fact he needs.

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