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Q: What is the wavelength of 80 Hz?

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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)

Formula is velocity=frequency X wavelength so Wavelength = 5m

Wavelength = speed/frequency = 299,792,458/5 x 1012 = 0.00006 meter = 0.06 millimeter

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You can Stick to the formula which is : wavelengths/secounds = Hz so that Frequency (Hz) = Wave speed (m/s) / Wavelength (m) OR Frequency (Hz) = 1 / Period (s)

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

The wavelength is (the speed of the wave) / (350) .

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4.56e14 Hz = 6.5744e-7 meters wavelength

Wavelength= 0.005

Wavelength = speed/frequency = 2/15 Hz = roughly 0.133... Hz.

The frequency 55 Hz has a wavelength of about 6.23meters.

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What is the wavelength of radiation for a frequency f = 4800000000000 Hz? Answer For the frequency f = 4800000000000 Hz the wavelength lambda = 0.0062 centimeters in vacuum.

The wavelength is 671 nm.

That depends on its speed, and therefore on the medium it happens to be in. -- In normal air at sea level, 30 Hz corresponds to a wavelength of about 37.5 feet. -- In copper, 30 Hz corresponds to a wavelength of about 506 feet. -- In diamond, 30 Hz corresponds to a wavelength of about 1,315 feet. -- In water, 30 Hz corresponds to a wavelength of about 160 feet.

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