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Would changing the frequency of a wave cause a change in amplitude? I would say NO because they don't affect each other, correct?

If I had a wave diagram will 4 complete waves showing and it said the diagram represented 4 sec in time the frequency would be 1cycle/ per second, correct? The period of the wave then would be the inverse which would be 1 second/cyle, correct?
If I'm wrong please just redirect me-thank you

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