The symbol is f, for frequency.
The symbol for representing the period of a wave is the greek letter lambda (Î»).
The mathematical symbol for period is a Capital T with short legs on either side of the horizontal line. This symbol is most often used when finding frequency through 1/period or using frequency to find the period of a wave in the equation Period =1/ frequency T
Just divide the wavelength by the wave period, and you've got the wave speed.
a sine wave (~)
The symbol used is usually t, for time. The SI unit for time is a second, so s may also be used.I also think that freq. as for frequency and any of the mathematical notations for time, minute, second, etc. hertz is a term for frequency which was once universally cycle or kilocycle, megacycle now referred to a kilohertz, megahertz, etc.So time would be notated according to the theory being used. Radio frequencies, pulse frequencies, data frequencies...
Period = (wavelength of the wave) divided by (speed of the wave) also . . . Period = ( 1 ) divided by (frequency of the wave)
The reciprocal of the period of ANY wave is the wave's frequency.
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If a radio wave has a period of one then the period wave or two would be 2. This is math.
Frequency is the inverse of wave period. That is, frequency*period = 1
I used a dark blue wave looking symbol for a cold front, and for hot front I used red. Hope this helps x
sine wave symbol
Wave frequency f, and period of wave T are inverses, related by fT=1.
no...period of wave is inversely proportional to frequency so when period of wave is increases frequency get decrease.
When a wave period decreases, speed increases.
Wave speed = (wavelength)/(period)
A Snow Wave.
Wavelength is in meters, the frequency is in hertz. period is in seconds and the wave speed is in meters per second.
I think you have typed the question incorrectly, in particular the symbol "i" appears to be in the wrong place. As you have typed it the equation does not describe a wave but an complex exponential decay.
period decreases... Period is inversely proportional to frequency. If period is increased, frequency will decrease.