To calculate the velocity of a wave you need the wavelength and frequency of a wave. v= frequency X wavelength
Wavelength = (speed of the wave) divided by (frequency)
Wavelength = (wave speed) / (frequency)
You need to know it speed, wavelenght and its frequency.
The frequency of a wave is equal to the reciprocal of the period, meaning: F = (1/P) F = Frequency P = Period
Divide ' 1 ' by the period. The quotient is the frequency.
V=fλ or f= V/λ Therefore to calculate frequency, divide the velocity of the wave by it's wavelength. Similarly if the period is known, then frequency is the inverse of this value; f= 1/T
Wavelength = (wave speed) divided by (frequency)
The speed of the wave is equal to wavelength x frequency. You can calculate the frequency, in this case, as 1 / period.
Momentum, energy, frequency, and wave number (but not wave vector.)
Frequency of any electromagnetic wave = (speed of light)/(wavelength) .
Frequency (f)=Speed of the wave(v)/wavelength l
Wave length = (speed)/(frequency) 'Speed' of the photons is the 'speed of light'.
No. Amplitude and frequency of a wave are not related.Either one can change with no effect on the other one.
The period is the reciprocal of the frequency, in other words, one divide by the frequency. If the frequency is in Hertz, the period is in seconds.
Wave speed = (wavelength) x (frequency) "Depth" (?) is not involved.
velocity equals frequency times wavelength
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The speed of a wave = (frequency) x (wavelength) = 2.5 meters per second.
No. Aplitude is the height of the wave. Frequency and wavelength can be used to calculate the speed of the wave by multiplying them together (if the units are appropriate).
T=Period F=frequency T=1/F Period=1/F
hertz is the amount of repeating times in a second. you would have to record it and count repetitions, or frequency.