Waves and Frequency

Bradley Sansom
Flashcards by Bradley Sansom, updated more than 1 year ago
Bradley Sansom
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Science (Physics) Flashcards on Waves and Frequency, created by Bradley Sansom on 03/02/2014.

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Amplitude and Wavelength
What is frequency? The frequency of a wave is the number of waves produced in one second or pass a certain point in a second. Frequency is measured in hertz (Hz).
What is wave speed? Wave speed (metre per second) = frequency (hertz) x wavelength (metre).
what are the symbols?
If the frequency was 500Hz and the wavelength was 10m, what would the speed be? 5000m/s
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