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If a 4.5-meter wave traveled at a speed of 15 m/s, what would its frequency be?

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Question:

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3.33 Hz.

explanation

To determine the frequency of a wave, we can use the formula:

frequency = wave speed / wavelength.

In this case, the wave speed is given as 15 m/s and the wavelength is 4.5 meters.

frequency = 15 m/s / 4.5 m ≈ 3.33 Hz.

Therefore, the frequency of the wave would be approximately 3.33 Hz.

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