The higher the frequency, the shorter the wavelength. In all electromagnetic waves, frequency(in hertz) times wavelength (in meters) equals to 300 000 000 meters per second (wave speed).
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.
No; hertz is frequency.Frequency times wavelength equals speed of travel.
The equation to use in this case is:speed (of the wave) = wavelength x frequency If the frequency is in hertz, and the wavelength is in meters, the speed will be in meters/second.
Wavelength = speed/frequency = 30/10 = 3 meters
That would also depend on the speed. Note that sound can go at quite different speeds, depending on the medium and the temperature. Use the formula speed (of sound) = frequency x wavelength. Solving for wavelength: wavelength = speed / frequency. If the speed is in meters / second, and the frequency in Hertz, then the wavelength will be in meters.
Just divide the speed of light (in meters/second) by the frequency (in hertz) - that will give you the wavelength (in meters). You can then convert that to nm.
Wavelength times frequency equals the speed of light. So you can divide the speed of light, called "c", by the frequency in hertz to get the wavelength, or divide "c" by the wavelength to get the frequency.
The formula is speed of light (3x108)=Wavelength in meters times frequency in hertz wavelength really=5x10-9 so frequency=6x1016 Hertz or cycles per second
Convert that to meters. Then divide the speed of light (in meters/second) by the wavelength. The answer will be in hertz.
You get a speed. If the 'Hertz' is the frequency of a particular wave, and the 'meters' is the wavelength of the same wave, then their product is the speed of that wave.
The frequency is 1/5 = 0.2 Hertz. The wavelength is irrelevant in this question.