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The speed I calculated to be v=sqrt(T/u) = 141 m/s and I know this is right

Calculate the wavelength of the traveling waves whose superposition gives this standing wave. (m)

There are several equations I have been looking at to try and figure out the wavelength. v=lambda(f) but I don't have f.

k=2pi/lambda but I don't have k. I thought that maybe 0.8m would be considered x and use a sinusoidal equation but I still am lacking the amplitude and w. I just need some guidance on this problem.