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Two shortwave radio antennas broadcast identical, in-phase signals at the same frequency. The transmitters are 176.0 m north, and 176.

Two shortwave radio antennas broadcast identical, in-phase signals at the same frequency. The transmitters are 176.0 m north, and 176.0 m south of Western Ave, respectively, as shown (that is, they are separated by 352.0 m). Western Ave is 452.0 m long. Starting at the end of that avenue, a car drives north along Negundo Street, which lies parallel to the line joining the two radio antennas. The car first encounters a minimum in reception after it travels 124.0 m. What is the wavelength of the radio waves? Assume that the car and the transmitters are all at the same altitude.

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