Period = (4 seconds) / (2 waves) = 2 seconds per wave Frequency = (2 waves) / (4 seconds) = 0.5 Hz.
Period = 1/Frequency = 0.00175 seconds (approx)Period = 1/Frequency = 0.00175 seconds (approx)Period = 1/Frequency = 0.00175 seconds (approx)Period = 1/Frequency = 0.00175 seconds (approx)
Period = 1/78.6 seconds = 0.01272 seconds
if the period is 0.25 seconds, then the frequency is 4Hz.
Assuming that seconds refers to the period, the frequency is the reciprocal (1 / period in seconds). The height of the wave is irrelevant in this case.
The frequency is the reciprocal of the period. In other words, divide 1 by the period. If the period is in seconds, the frequency is in hertz.
The period is the reciprocal of the frequency. If the frequency is in Hz, the period is in seconds.
Period = 1/FrequencySo if we set Frequency = x THEN:10 = 1/x10x = 1x = 1/10IF Period of a Wave is 10 Seconds THEN The Frequency =1/10 or .10
A wave with a period of 2.5 seconds per cycle is a wave with one cycle per 2.5 seconds, or 1/2.5 cycles per second. That's 0.4 cycles per second or 0.4 Hertz.It turns out that the frequency and the period of a wave are reciprocals. One over the frequency equals the period, and one over the period is the frequency.