​Echolocation (the use of sound waves to located objects) only works well when the object is as long as or longer than the wavelength of the sound produced.

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I'm working on a physics question and need support to help me understand better.

Echolocation (the use of sound waves to located objects) only works well when the object is as long as or longer than the wavelength of the sound produced.

a) Calculate the speed of sound in air temperature is 24.0degC.

b) The frequencies of sound bats produce are at 110.0 kHz, determine the smallest length of an object it can detect.

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