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An FM station broadcasts music at 93.5 MHz (megahertz, or

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Problem 8P

An FM station broadcasts classical music at \(93.5 \ MHz\) (megahertz, or \(10^6\mathrm{\ Hz}\)). Find the wavelength (in m, nm, and \(\overset{\circ} A\)) of these radio waves.

Equation Transcription:

Å

Text Transcription:

93.5 MHz

106 Hz

Å

Step-by-Step Solution:

Step 1 of 4

Here, we are going to find out the wavelength of these waves in m, nm and

Given that

Frequency of the wave = 93.5 mHz                 

                                     =

We know that,

----(1)

Where, c is the velocity of light

  is the wavelength of the wave.

Therefore,

    = = 3.21 m

Thus, the wavelength is 3.21 m when the frequency is 93.5 mHz.

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Textbook: Principles of General Chemistry
Edition: 2
Author: Martin S. Silberberg
ISBN: 9780073511085

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