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There are many real life examples of a wavelength. The radio station on campus produces waves of about 3 meters--we solved for it in a lab given a frequency and the velocity of sound in air.

The wavelength of a wave in general is considered to be crest to crest or trough to trough... Which is very visually apparent if you imagine a series of waves on the ocean.

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