Frequency here would be.....,Frequency = velocity/wavelengthFrequency = 7(m/s)/10 meters= 0.7 s -1=======
Just multiply the wavelength and the frequency. The answer, in this case, will be in meters/second.
Hertz is the measure of the period so the period is 60 times a second.
You can use the equation v=fw. that is velocity (in meters per second) equals the frequency (in hertz) times the wavelength (in meters). so you can find the velocity of a wave with the frequency and the wavelength.
The SI unit for ANY velocity is meters / second.
88 meters per second
The velocity of the wave is equal to 3.6 meters per second.
For an electromagnetic wave the velocity of the wave is 300Mm/s.
Very close to 6 meters per second.
Just multiply the frequency by the wavelength. In this case, the product will be in meters per second.
(3 x 108) / (2.85) = 105.263 MHz (rounded)
Wave speed = (frequency) x (wavelength) = 6 x 2 = 12 meters per second
Wave speed = (wavelength) x (frequency) = (20) x (50) = 1 kilometer per second. That's the magnitude of the wave's velocity. We can't complete the description of the velocity because we have no information concerning its direction.
the formula for wave velocity/speed is: velocity= wavelength * wave frequencyvelocity is measured in meters/second (m/s), wavelength is measured in meters(m), and wave frequency is measured in hertz(hz).your wavelength is in millimeters, so convert it to meters and you get .002 meters.now, fill[replace] in the numbers you know for the variables in the formula.velocity(m/s)= .002(m) * 3(hz) do the multiplication and you get .006 the speed is .006 meters/second(m/s)you're welcome! :)
The speed of a wave = (frequency) x (wavelength) = 2.5 meters per second.