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Homework Help: Physics (Simple Frequency Question) Reply SOON!

Posted by Judy on Friday, May 8, 2009 at 7:56pm.

I know that...

wavelength = velocity * frequency
frequency = velocity/wavelength

If I have the voltage and the wavelength, does the voltage count as the velocity to find the frequency? If not, how do I find the frequency when I know the intensity, wavelength, and voltage?

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