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That's a correct statement. Although you didn't ask a question, I'll go on and add to it:

The frequency and wavelength of any wave phenomenon, not only sound, change

in exact inverse proportion, so that their product is constant. That product is the

speed of the wave.

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The longer the wavelength the lower the frequency. If there is a high frequency it will have a short wavelength

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As the frequency increases, the wavelength decreases. This is true for light and other electromagnetic radiation as well as sound.

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