Reflection: Modeling Using the Wave Equation to Solve Problems - Section 1: Warm-Up Question: Wave Equation

 

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Using the Wave Equation to Solve Problems

Unit 6: Waves and Wave Phenomena
Lesson 5 of 10

Objective: Students will be able to calculate the speed, frequency or wavelength of a wave if the other two quantities are known.

Big Idea: Students use the wave equation and explain how to solve wave equation problems to the class.

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