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What is the frequency of a wave if the movement of the wave is one hundredth (1/00) of a second?

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    The frequency is the number of cycles per second. So if the wave takes 1/100 second (0.01 s) for one cycle then the number of cycles per second is
    1 cycle/0.01 s

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