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Bridges have to be able to move and flex, which can sometimes lead to standing waves. Consider a bridge of length $L$ with two piers as shown here.

A suspension bridge with three spans of equal length, L/3

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The longest possible wavelength for a standing wave on this bridge is
Select Option $L/3$$L/2$$2L/3$$L$
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