[Answer] The length of a copper wire is 1.6 centimeters (cm). What is the length of this wire in meters (m)?

Answer: 1.6 x 10^-2 m
The length of a copper wire is 1.6 centimeters (cm). What is the length of this wire in meters (m)?

In the figure at the right the wave shown is seen to be N = 1.5 wavelengths long.A wave crest at the beginning of the graph moving towards the right will arrive at the end after a time 1.5 T .The electrical length of that segment is said to be “1.5 wavelengths” or expressed as a phase angle “540°” (or 3 π radians) where N wavelengths corresponds to φ = 360°•N (or φ = 2π•N radians).

Like EL wire drivers sequencers are rated to drive (or power) a range or specific length of EL wire . For example using a sequencer rated for 1.5 to 14 meters (5 to 45 feet) if less than 1.5m is used there is a risk of burning out the sequencer and if more than 14m is used the EL wire …

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