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Finding the wavelength for sound in water using experimental values of frequency and the known speed of sound in water is achievable, and is theoretical. We proposed to check the accuracy of the value from the experimental value obtained. Thus using the speed of sound in water as our theoretical value, we are trying to find the experimental value for the speed of sound using the obtained value of frequency and the wavelength. How do you propose could we attain this value?
Re: Is there an independent formula for the wavelength of sound in water?
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