1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A rhinoceros is calling to her mate using sound wave whose frequency is 5.0 Hz. Her mate is 480 m away. The air is 35°C. How many wavelengths of the sound are between the two animals? 2. Relevant equations v = 331 + (.6)*T v = wavelength*frequency 3. The attempt at a solution Find the speed of sound to be 352 m/s. Then divide the speed of sound by 5 Hz to get the wavelength, which would be 70.4 m. Then divide total distance separating them by wavelength to get # of wavelengths between them: 480m/70.4m = 6.818 wavelengths. Is that solution correct? Also, is that the appropriate way to indicate the # of wavelengths, or is there some type of rounding I should do to it? Thanks!