1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data I calculated some wavelengths for a wine glass I am using in an experiment and they came out in meters just like they should but the wave length out does the diameter of the glass(~9cm) by about 46cm.... Is this ok or is there another way to calculate for a wine glass? 2. Relevant equations λ =ν/f and the v being used is 346m/s. ( I am using this because at the time of the eqperiment we didn't think to measure the temp and are just is the speed of sound at 25oC.) 3. The attempt at a solution Wavelength at the different water levels for glass one: λ =ν/f λ =ν/f λ =346/630 λ =346/500 λ =0.55m λ =0.69m I am only at a very low level of physics so try and keep it relatively simple or I am going to get very lost :) Thank you for any help.