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How Far Does a Wave Travel in One Period?

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A period of a wave is the time needed for one complete cycle and its distance depends on the wavelength. The distance between adjacent crests or troughs is equivalent to the distance that a wave travels in one period.
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wave period = time for 1 complete cycle. Therefore: period = 1 wavelength.
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The time for a wave
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The period is a time. How far the wave travels depends on the speed of the wave, according to the plain old equation. distance = speed x time.
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Light travels at a constant, finite speed of 186,000 miles each and every second. That means it travels about 5.36 miles in .001 of a second.
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