Which part of the wave has the highest frequency?

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Which part of the wave has the highest frequency?

[tex]Which part of the wave has the highest frequency?[/tex]

answer: the rock sample is a sedimentary rock.

explanation:

it is given that:

mass of rock sample, m = 2.7 g

volume of rock sample,[tex]v = 1.1 cm^{3}[/tex]

so, density of rock sample will be

[tex]density = \frac{mass}{volume}[/tex]

[tex]\rho =\frac{2.7}{1.1}g/cm^{3}\\\\\rho =2.45 g/cm^{3}[/tex]

since, the density of rock sample is [tex]2.45 g/cm^{3}[/tex]. hence, the rock sample is a sedimentary rock, whose densities varies between [tex]2g/cm^{3} - 2.6 g/cm^{3}[/tex].

The last part on the right side of the diagram

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Im on plato and just got it right 🙂

The last part on the right side of the diagram

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i need the answer to this too but idk it ; -;

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