A microphone is located on the line connecting two speakers that are 0.650m apart and oscillating in phase. The microphone is 2.25m from the midpoint of the two speakers. What are the lowest two frequencies that produce an interference maximum at the microphone's location?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

okay, so i have my diagram:

I know that the basic formula is L2-L1=m[tex]\lambda[/tex] , but whenever i do my math, find [tex]\lambda[/tex], and convert it to Hz using f=c/[tex]\lambda[/tex], I keep getting 4.0*10^8. I don't know where I'm messing up or how I need to approach this problem to even get two answers. Any guidance is appreciated!

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# Homework Help: Maximum interference of frequencies

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