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Q: What is the speed of the wave if the frequency 8.0 hertz?

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Wave speed = (frequency) x (wavelength) = (80 per second) x (0.16 meter) = 12.8 meters/second

The speed of any wave is the product of frequency x wavelength.

Hertz is a measurement of wavelength. It is the number of cycles in a second. You can also measure wavelength by the length of the wave moving at the speed of light. 3.5 MHZ (Mega Hertz) is about 80 meters long.

As frequency is 80 Hz, then 80 wave cycles pass a specific point in one second.

Hz is a unit of frequency. 80 Hz (hertz) means 80 vibrations (or cycles) per second.

80 HZ is the frequency of a wave varying at 80 times per second. It could be an acoustic wave (sound), or an electromagnetic wave. (radio or power line)

The statement, when the frequency of the source of a water wave increases the speed of the waves traveling in the water increases is true. It is stated that sound will travel through the water at 20 degrees Celsius faster than water at 80 degrees.

Wavelength = (speed) divided by (frequency) For sound:-- speed = 343 meters per second -- Wavelength = (343/80) = 4.29 meters (rounded) For electromagneticradiation in vacuum: -- speed = 299,792,458 meters per second -- Wavelength = (299,792,458 / 80) = 3,747.4 kilometers(rounded)

Hertz invented the special Hertz Freezer which keeps food good for up to 80% longer than other freezers.

-- The speed of sound in steel ranges generally between 3,000 - 6,000 meters per second,depending on the composition of the steel.A 75-Hz sound in steel would have a wavelength of 40 to 80 meters.-- The speed of electromagnetic radiation in vacuum is roughly 300,000,000 meters per second ...nominally 50,000 to 100,000 times the speed of sound in steel.A 75-Hz radio wave in vacuum has a wavelength of 4,000 kilometers.

speed of emission = wavelength per cycle * cycles per second 80 * 410 = 32,800 meters per second. (Significant figures rules may apply so 33,000 may also be a correct answer).

Frequency variation effects greatly the speed of the motor. In this particular case the motor will run slow as the frequency(50hz) is less than the required frequency(80hz). here the motor will run : ((50-80)/80)*100%= -37.5%,i.e. 37.5% slower than normal condition.

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