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Unformatted text preview: to be sure it is on the correct radio channel and working before class. What were the two theories of light in the 1600s and who were their main advocates? • A. Corpuscular-Newton and Wave-Huygens • B. Corpuscular-Huygens and Wave-Newton • C. Gravity-Newton and String-Weinberg • D. Force-Newton and Wave-Huygens • E. Wave-Aristotle and Gravity-Newton Middle C on the piano is 440 Hz. The speed of sound in air is about 330 m/s. What is the wavelength of this sound wave? 1. 4.7 m 2. 1.3 m 3. 0.75 m 4. 0.87 c = λ ƒ Always true: Light-transverse Sound-longitudinal Any wave...
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