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Calculate the frequency of radiation with a wavelength of 1.27 × 104 °A (angstroms).
Answer in units of s^−1.

I got 8.34080793e-25. Is that right?

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    DOesn't look right to me.

    frequency=speedlight/wavelength
    = 3E8/1.27E(-10+4)

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    Can you elaborate on the steps?

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    Is the answer 2.362204724e14 Hz?

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    That looks ok to me (the last figure that is).

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    are you in whites class?

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