# What is the wavelength of a radio signal broadcast at a frequency of 99.0 MHz?

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You can use the formula to calculate the wavelength (( \lambda )) of a wave:

[ \lambda = \frac{c}{f} ]

Where:

- ( \lambda ) is the wavelength (in meters),
- ( c ) is the speed of light in a vacuum (approximately ( 3 \times 10^8 ) meters per second),
- ( f ) is the frequency of the wave (in hertz).

Given: ( f = 99.0 ) MHz (megahertz, which is ( 99.0 \times 10^6 ) hertz).

Plugging in the values: [ \lambda = \frac{3 \times 10^8}{99.0 \times 10^6} ]

[ \lambda ≈ 3.03 , \text{meters} ]

Therefore, the wavelength of the radio signal broadcast at a frequency of ( 99.0 ) MHz is approximately ( 3.03 ) meters.

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