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### Determining the number of wavelengths in a wave diagram

Course: PHY 211, Fall 2011
School: Boise State
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the Determining number of wavelengths precursor to reading diagrams and graphs 1 wavelength 1 1 wavelengths 11/2 2 wavelengths 2 How many wavelengths? 3 On a piece of scrap paper 1-3 and number answer the questions based on the number of wavelengths shown. #1 #2 #3 Answers Check your answers #1 answer 3 #2 answer 6 #3 answer 5 How did you do?

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the Determining number of wavelengths precursor to reading diagrams and graphs 1 wavelength 1 1 wavelengths 11/2 2 wavelengths 2 How many wavelengths? 3 On a piece of scrap paper 1-3 and number answer the questions based on the number of wavelengths shown. #1 #2 #3 Answers Check your answers #1 answer 3 #2 answer 6 #3 answer 5 How did you do?
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