1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Tsunamis are fast-moving waves generated by underwater earthquakes. In the deep ocean their amplitude is barely noticeable, but upon reaching shore, they can rise up to the astonishing height of a six-story building. One tsunami, generated off the Aleutian islands in Alaska, had a wavelengthh of 650 km and traveled a distance of 3700 km in 4.9 h. (a) What was the speed (in m/s) of the wave? For reference, the speed of a 747 jetliner is about 250 m/s. 2. Relevant equations velocity = wavelength*frequency 3. The attempt at a solution I know I need to convert the wavelength to meters so I did that and got 650000m and 4.9 hours equals 17640 seconds, i figured that was the period or T. So then I took 1/T to get the frequency which is 1/17640 and got 5.67E-5...do I need to multiply this with the 650000m to get the velocity? It doesn't seem to make sense?