velocity of light /frequency
from this we can get that wavelength is directly proportional to velocity..
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wavelength = h/mc
wavelength is directly propotional to velocity
VELOCITY =frequency *wavelength
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The wave velocity and the wavelength are related to the wave's frequency and period by vw=λT or vw=fλ. The time for one complete wave cycle is the period T. The number of waves per unit time is the frequency ƒ. The wave frequency and the period are inversely related to one another.
The wavelength and frequency of light are closely related. The higher the frequency, the shorter the wavelength. Because all light waves move through a vacuum at the same speed, the number of wave crests passing by a given point in one second depends on the wavelength.
velocity =frequency *wavelength
Wavelength is the measure of the length of a complete wave cycle. The velocity of a wave is the distance travelled by a point on the wave. In general, for any wave the relation between Velocity and Wavelength is proportionate. It is expressed through the wave velocity formula.
the frequency of the wave is set by whatever is driving the oscillation in the medium. Examples are a speaker that sets up a sound wave, or the hand that shakes the end of a stretched string.
The wavelength of the wave is determined by the frequency and speed:
λ = v/f
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