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Q: A wave with a period of 0.008 second has a frequency of A. 800 Hz. B. 12.5 Hz. C. 80 Hz. D. 125 Hz.
A: It has a frequency of 125Hz. [smile]
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User: A wave with a period of 0.008 second has a frequency of A. 800 Hz. B. 12.5 Hz. C. 80 Hz. D. 125 Hz.

Weegy: It has a frequency of 125Hz. [smile]
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User: If two waves with equal amplitudes and wavelengths travel through a medium in such a way that a particular particle of the medium is at the crest of one wave and at the trough of the other wave at the same time, what will happen to that particle? A. The particle will move halfway to the crest due to reinforcement. B. The particle will cause beats as a result of the wave combination. C. The particle will remain stationary due to interference. D. The particle will vibrate with double amplitude due to resonance.

Weegy: The particle will remain stationary due to interference [smile]
Expert answered|t3A|Points 236|

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