Q: What is the frequency of a tunning fork that vibrates 5000 times in 5 seconds?

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23/2 seconds = 11.5 per second = 11.5 Hz

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4Hz because this wave happens 4 times per second. Hz=1second / frequency.

There isn't enough information in this question. You can calculate the speed of the wave (distance divided by time), which is the frequency times the wavelength. But you still need one of them to find the other.

Speed = (wavelength) times (frequency) = (wavelength) divided by (period) = 30/5 = 6 meters per second

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23/2 seconds = 11.5 per second = 11.5 Hz

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frequency

The number of times an objct vibrates in one second is called frequency

Frequency

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The number of times a wave vibrates for a period of time (second).

If an object vibrates 500 times in one second, its frequency will be 500 Hz (Hertz). This means the object completes 500 full cycles of vibration in one second.

The frequency of something vibrating one million times per second is 1 MHz (megahertz).

The frequency of something vibrating 1 million times per second is 1 million hertz (Hz).

Frequency of 1000 Hz. (Wavelength of 300 kilometers.)

The frequency of the wave is 103 Hz. This is calculated by dividing the number of times the wave passes the point (412) by the time it takes (4.0 seconds).