your mom

pxa I did not understand anything I just wanted to know what is the period of a wave if the frequency is 10 Hz

Manfre

The exposition seemed to me a very adequate and concrete way. Congratulations on that and thank you!

Juan

A wave has a frequency of 375 Hz. What is its period.

nachonn

The Fig. Corresponds to a wave that travels a distance of 100 m for 2 sec. It is a figure of 4 cm high of waves, how do I get the cycles ??? : (((

Marine

When a string is vibrated with a vibrator at 90 cycles per minute, shear waves are produced in the string of 1 m wavelength.

What is the period of said wave?

CAROLAY Alvarez

Nothing comes out consistent with what comes out in my homework😒, if you’re going to post something, post something related to the fucking topic.

Aracely

That’s a traveling wave, yours had to be a stationary one.

Manuel

Good night in a problem they let me calculate the preriod of a sound wave of 1000 cycles per second when it propagates

A) in the air

B) in the water

Paola

A wave of length 36m travels with a speed of 18 m / s. Calculate the period and frequency of the wave

claudio

These are the formulas that you must use to calculate the frequency. You must divide the length by the speed, that is, F = rapidex / longith, it would be F = 18/36, F = 0.5.

To calculate the period you must use this formula, T = 1 / Frequency (0.5). T = 1 / 0.5, T = 2.

then you calculate the Frequency in this way F = 1 / T, F = 1/2, F = 0.5 as you can see I was able to calculate the frequency in 2 ways using the wave data and the other using period data

Manuel Ortiz

It helped me a lot for my task

NIcola Duran

Very helpful, the problem I was trying to solve asked me for Frequency and Period-

juana

This information helped me a bit but it was not what I was looking for

willy white

one poronga your information

anonymous

the formula is f is equal to 1 over time

Anonymous User

Why do they send you a page in case the article does not work for you and that page takes you to this same article

Anonymous

The formula is: t (period) = 1 / f (frequency). Source: Physics book, chapter on sound.

Anonymous User

It does not give what I ask for, I need the formula ..

Anonymous User

they do not give what one needs congruent formulas and explanations ..

WENDY JOJANA BOTELLO

The wave is a fundamental part because the waves are important in human life, there are several types of waves called THREE-DIMENSIONAL WAVES AND DIBIMENTIONAL WAVES AND THERE ARE MANY MORE.

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