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    What are the minimum and maximum wavelengths of sound in water which are in audible range for a human ear? Assume an audible frequency range of 20 Hz to 20kHz, and speed of sound in water as 1500 m/s.

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    Because wavelength (l), speed (v) and frequency (f) of a wave are inter-related to each other as,
    v = f * l
    => l = v/f

    The speed of sound does not change with ...

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    This solution provides steps to determine the minimum and maximum wavelengths of sound in water which are in audible range for a human ear.

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