Determine the depth of a freshwater lake - sound waves, Physics

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Sound waves are being used to determine the depth of a freshwater lake, as shown in the figure below.

If the water is 25°C and it takes 1.2 s for the echo to return to the sensor, how deep is the lake?

 

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