Microwaves have frequencies in the range 10^9to 10^12/s (cycles per second) equivalent to between 1 gigahertz and 1 terahertz. What is the wave length of microwave radiation whose frequency is 1.258 X 10^10/s? How do I solve this problem

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  1. Check my answers?--SCIENCE

    1. What is true about X-rays and microwaves? a. X-rays have greater speed than microwaves. b. X-rays have greater amplitude than microwaves. c. X-rays have greater frequency than microwaves. d. X-rays have greater wavelength than microwaves. 2. The

  2. physics

    What beat frequencies are possible with tuning forks of frequencies 258, 263, and 267 Hz?

  3. Maths

    A student cycles for xhours at 12km/hr and y hours at 16km/hr.Altogether,the student cycles 66km/hr in 5hrs.find the values of x and y

  4. physcial science

    What are the wavelength limits of the audible range of the sound spectrum? (Use the speed of sound in air. The speed of sound in air is 344 m/s. The audible range of the sound spectrum contains frequencies as low as 30 Hz and as high as 25 kHz.)

  5. Physics

    The human ear canal is approximately 2.3 cm long. It is open to the outside and is closed at the other end by the eardrum. Estimate the frequencies (in the audible range) of the standing waves in the ear canal. Express your answers using two significant

  6. Statistics

    A maker of microwave ovens advertises that no more than 10% of its microwaves need repair during the first 5 years of use. In a random sample of 57 microwaves that are 5 years old, 13% needed repairs. At á=0.01, can you reject the maker’s claim that no

  7. physics

    Microwave ovens typically cook food using microwaves the a frequency of about 3.00 GHz (gigahertz 10 to the nine Hz). Show the wavelength of these microwaves traveling at the speed of light is 10cm.

  8. college physics

    FM radio waves have frequencies between 80.3 and 108 MHz. Determine the range of wavelengths for these waves.

  9. Science

    What is true about X-rays and microwaves? (1 point) a. X-rays have greater speed than microwaves. b. X-rays have greater amplitude than microwaves. c. X-rays have greater frequency than microwaves. d. X-rays have greater wavelength than microwaves.

  10. science

    Which choice correctly describes the waves in the electromagnetic spectrum? The bands within the spectrum are made of fluctuating electric and magnetic fields and have the same frequency and wavelength. The bands within the spectrum are made of fluctuating

  11. Math (and note to DAMON)

    1. 0.24% as a decimal? Is it 0.0024? 2. 135% as a decimal? Is it 1.35? 3. 1/5% as a decimal? Is it 0.2? 4. fraction equivalent to 0.75% is... Is it 3/4? 5. mixed number equivalent to 420% is... Is it 4 1/5? 6. percent equivalent to 5/1,000 is... Is it 0.5%

  12. physics

    The electromagnetic _____________ is the range of all possible frequencies of electromagnetic radiation. A common name for the electromagnetic radiation that humans can see is ______________ light. What humans call white light is actually made up of all of

  13. Physics

    Microwaves travel at the speed of light, 3.00× 108 m/s. When the frequency of microwaves is 3.67× 109 Hz, what is their wavelength? Answer in units of m

  14. physics

    Which of the following statements is not true about resonance? Answer It is easy to get an object to vibrate at its resonant frequencies but difficult to get it vibrate at other frequencies. A simple pendulum has many resonant frequencies called harmonics.

  15. maths

    if Arvind cycles 10km/hr ,he reaches the school late by 4min,/if he cycles 12km/hr,he reaches the school early by 2min,find the distance of the school from his home.

  16. Physics

    A piano emits frequencies that range from a low of about 28 Hz to a high of about 4200 Hz. Find the maximum wavelength in air attained by this instrument when the speed of sound in air is 336 m/s. Answer in units of m

  17. Chem

    Microwaves have frequencies in the range 10^9to 10^12/s (cycles per second) equivalent to between 1 gigahertz and 1 terahertz. What is the wave length of microwave radiation whose frequency is 1.258 X 10^10/s? How do I solve this problem

  18. physics

    what is audible range of frequencies of sound in humans?calculate the corresponding range of audible wavelengths.

  19. BIO

    If 10 DNA template molecules are used and 20 cycles of PCR, how many copies of a template would be amplified? I am pretty sure I cannot use 2^n (n equals the number of amplification cycles)because I don't have a single molecule of starting DNA template.

  20. Physics (Waves)

    You have 27 tuning forks that oscillate at close but different frequencies. What are the (a) maximum and (b) minimum number of different beat frequencies you can produce by sounding the forks 2 at a time, depending on how the frequencies differ? *I KNOW

  21. Economics

    What do most economists believe about the future of business cycles? A. Business cycles will grow more extreme, with higher peaks and deeper troughs. B. Advances in technology have brought business cycles to an end. C. Business cycles will continue to

  22. chemistry

    Your 1.1 cubic foot GE microwave oven generates 1100 watts of microwaves at a frequency of 2.45 GHz. a. What is the wavelength of the microwave radiation being emitted? b. How many photons per second of microwaves are being emitted?

  23. Chem

    How many orbitals are in the p sublevel? A 2 B 3 C 4 D 5 A? Place gamma rays, infrared, microwaves, radio waves, ultraviolet, visible light, and x-rays in order from largest wavelength to smallest wavelength. A Gamma rays, infrared, microwaves, radio

  24. Science--Check My Answers?

    1. What is true about X-rays and microwaves? a. X-rays have greater speed than microwaves. b. X-rays have greater amplitude than microwaves. c. X-rays have greater frequency than microwaves. d. X-rays have greater wavelength than microwaves. 2. The

  25. Physics

    Which choice correctly describes the waves in the electromagnetic spectrum? The bands within the spectrum are made of fluctuating electric and magnetic fields and have a wide range of frequencies and wavelengths. The bands within the spectrum are made of

  26. Math

    1. 0.24% as a decimal? Is it 0.0024? 2. 135% as a decimal? Is it 1.35? 3. 1/5% as a decimal? Is it 0.2? 4. fraction equivalent to 0.75% is... Is it 3/4? 5. mixed number equivalent to 420% is... Is it 4 1/5? 6. percent equivalent to 5/1,000 is... Is it 0.5%

  27. algebra

    A typical acoustic guitar has a range of three octaves. When the guitar is tuned to “concert pitch,” the range of frequencies for those three octaves is between 82.4 Hz and 659.2 Hz inclusive. Write a compound inequality to show the frequencies that

  28. Physics

    Our eyes are sensitive to electromagnetic radiation with wavelengths from 400nm to 700nm. What is associated range of frequencies?

  29. Precal

    How do you find range of theta values for a polar equation? Usually the range of theta is 0 to 2 pi radians (or 0 to 360 degrees). It could be defined for a wider range of angle, but 2 N pi + theta, with N any integer, is equivalent to theta in polar

  30. precal

    The economist for a large sporting-goods manufacturer developed the following function to model the company's sales, where S is sales in millions of dollars and t is the week of the year, beginning January 1 of each year: S = 8 + t/52 – 6cos(πt/26)

  31. math

    At irvs cycle rental shop, Irv rents all kinds of cycles: unicycles, tandem bikes, and even tricycles. He parks all the cycles in front of his shop with a helmet for each rider strapped to the cycles. This morning Irv counted 57 helmets and 115 wheels

  32. Science 4th Grade

    Bats and dolphins both hear a ______ than humans do... a.smaller range of pitches b.smaller range of frequencies c.larger range of resonances d.larger range of pitches and frequencies

  33. Physics

    AM radio signals are broadcast at frequencies between 540 kHz and 1585 kHz (kilohertz) and travel 3.0 X 10^8 m/s. a. What is the range of the wavelengths for the signals? (from shortest to longest). b. FM frequencies range between 88MHz and 108 MHz

  34. physics

    The AM frequencies of a radio dial range from 550 kHz, and the FM frequencies range of 88.0 MHz to MHz. all of these radio waves travel at a speed of 3.0x10^8 m/s, what are the wavelenght ranges of a.) the aM brand b.) FM brand

  35. physics

    The AM frequencies of a radio dial range from 550 kHz, and the FM frequencies range of 88.0 MHz to MHz. all of these radio waves travel at a speed of 3.0x10^8 m/s, what are the wavelenght ranges of a.) the aM brand b.) FM brand

  36. Alg

    AM frequencies of radio transmissions range from 535-1705 kilohertz. Assume they are an exponential function. Write an equation for the AM frequencies along a display that is 15 cm long.

  37. physics

    1.)A radio station transmits waves of length 400m.if the speed of the waves is 3*10power8m/sec,find the frequency of the radio station. 2.)Audible range of frequencies is between 20Hz and 20KHz.Find the range of the wavelengths corresponding to these

  38. Statistics

    How do I find the remaining frequencies? I believe the entire frequency distribution is 2,6,12,12,6,2, for it is a normal distribution, but I am not sure if the middle values can be equivalent. Is this correct? Can someone please explain this to me? Assume

  39. Math

    How do I find the remaining frequencies? I believe the entire frequency distribution is 2,6,12,12,6,2, for it is a normal distribution, but I am not sure if the middle values can be equivalent. Is this correct? Can someone please explain this to me? Assume

  40. Trig

    Given y=2-4cos(3x-pi/4), find each of the following, giving the general representation of the location of all minimums. Also provide the graph of two full cycles, labeling everything. Domain = Range = Amplitude = Period = Ph. Shft. = Interval for one

  41. physics

    Microwaves are electromagnetic waves transmitted at a normal frequency of 2.45 GHz. Find the wavelength of the microwaves.

  42. Physics

    Microwaves are electromagnetic waves transmitted at a normal frequency of 2.45 GHz. Find the wavelength of the microwaves.

  43. physics

    explain why microwaves are better carriers of signals for long range transmission of radio waves?

  44. Physics

    Microwaves travel at the speed of light, 3.00 × 108 m/s. When the frequency of microwaves is 5.93× 109 Hz, what is their wavelength? Answer in units of m.

  45. Physics

    Microwaves travel at the speed of light, 3.00×108 m/s. When the frequency of microwaves is 5.60×109 Hz, what is their wavelength? Answer in units of m.

  46. physics

    what is audible range of frequencies of sound in humans?calculate the corresponding range of audible wavelengths.

  47. physics

    4. A microwave oven uses an electronic device called a magnetron to produce microwaves. Microwaves commonly used in ovens have a frequency of 2,450 MHz. (MHz = 106 Hz) The microwaves then pass into the enclosed metal oven cavity where they are reflected

  48. physics

    4. A microwave oven uses an electronic device called a magnetron to produce microwaves. Microwaves commonly used in ovens have a frequency of 2,450 MHz. (MHz = 106 Hz) The microwaves then pass into the enclosed metal oven cavity where they are reflected

  49. physics

    4. A microwave oven uses an electronic device called a magnetron to produce microwaves. Microwaves commonly used in ovens have a frequency of 2,450 MHz. (MHz = 106 Hz) The microwaves then pass into the enclosed metal oven cavity where they are reflected

  50. Calculus

    Total cost to manufacture q microwaves a day is C(q)=3q^2+q+48.What level of product gives the least average cost and Can a microwaves be produces for less than $30?

  51. physics

    Which of the following statements is not true about resonance? Choose one answer. a. It is easy to get an object to vibrate at its resonant frequencies but difficult to get it vibrate at other frequencies. b. A simple pendulum has many resonant frequencies

  52. physics

    4. A microwave oven uses an electronic device called a magnetron to produce microwaves. Microwaves commonly used in ovens have a frequency of 2,450 MHz. (MHz = 106 Hz) The microwaves then pass into the enclosed metal oven cavity where they are reflected

  53. Physics

    Microwaves (520cm wavelength) enter a long narrow window of a building (which is opaque to microwaves except or the window). If the window is 36 cm wide, what is the distance from the central maximum to the first order minimum of a diffraction patter

  54. physics

    The human eye is sensitive to electromagenetic waves that have wavelengths in the range from 400nm to 700nm (1nm=10^-9m). What range of the frequencies of electromagentic radiation can the eye detect? Can you please show me the steps and work because i

  55. Physical Science

    A transparent object made of glass without any color (A) absorbs all frequencies of visible light and re-emits them from atom to atom through the object. (B) absorbs all frequencies of visible light and transforms the energy into thermal energy (C) has

  56. Physics waves

    1. A vibrating point on a spring travels 60 mm during three cycles. What is the amplitude of the vibration? a) 0.05 mm b) 5.0 mm c) 15.mm d) 20.mm e) 180 mm my answer: I got 10 mm but it is not listed as an option 2. When a tuning fork of unknown frequency

  57. Physics

    In the process of digitising sound an audio signal made of a range of frequencies no higher than 18khz can be correctly represented using a sample rate of 40 000 samples per second is this right ??? I think it is .. Thanks

  58. Physics waves

    1. A vibrating point on a spring travels 60 mm during three cycles. What is the amplitude of the vibration? a) 0.05 mm b) 5.0 mm c) 15.mm d) 20.mm e) 180 mm my answer: I got 10 mm but it is not listed as an option 2. When a tuning fork of unknown frequency

  59. AP Biology

    This is my second one, but my last one to ask that i didn't understand IS it possible for a population's genotype frequencies to change from one generation to the next but for its gene (allele) frequencies to remain constant? Explain by providing example.

  60. Physics

    A child has an ear canal that is 1.3cm long. At what sound frequencies in the audible range will the child have increased hearing sensitivity?

  61. PHYSICS

    A) As a wind instrument warms up, the resonant frequencies of the instrument tend to slightly decrease. B) If the air in a concert hall warms up, the resonant frequencies of the string instruments will change precisely the same as the resonant frequencies

  62. physics

    A) As a wind instrument warms up, the resonant frequencies of the instrument tend to slightly decrease. B) If the air in a concert hall warms up, the resonant frequencies of the string instruments will change precisely the same as the resonant frequencies

  63. physics....

    Suppose that the inside length of a microwave oven is 30 cm. If the length of a microwave oven is one half of the wavelength of microwaves used by the oven, find the frequency of the microwaves used in the oven. What is the equation that relates the three

  64. science

    a copper Rod of length l=50 cm is clamped at its midpoint .find the number of natural longitudinal oscillations of the Rod In the frequency range from 20 to 50kHz, what are those frequencies equal to

  65. science

    copper Rod of length l=50 cm is clamped at its midpoint .find the number of natural longitudinal oscillations of the Rod In the frequency range from 20 to 50kHz, what are those frequencies equal to

  66. Physical Science

    Can someone please help me with this question Im not really sure what the question is asking, I don't understand at all. Please explain. With sound, you get harmony when the frequencies of two sounds are in the ratios of small integers - eg, two sounds

  67. Environmental Science

    The phosphorus, carbon, and nitrogen cycles are termed biogeochemical cycles- bio meaning "living"; geo for the earth (soil); and chemical referring to matter changing form. Explain why this term is appropriate. (I need a short answer)

  68. science

    Most people can detect frequencies as high as 20 000 Hz. Assuming the speed of sound in air is 345 m/s, determine the wavelength of the sound corresponding to this upper range of audible hearing.

  69. physics

    A string is stretched between fixed supports separated by 73.0 cm. It is observed to have resonant frequencies of 380 and 475 Hz, and no other resonant frequencies between these two.

  70. Physics doppler effect

    A radar device emits microwaves with a frequency of 4.73E+9 Hz. When the waves are reflected from a van moving directly away from the emitter, the beat frequency between the source wave and the reflected wave is 751 beats per second. What is the speed of

  71. physical science

    Visible light consists of electromagnetic waves with wavelengths (in air) in the range 400 - 700 nm. What are the frequencies of visible light?

  72. Physics

    FM radio signals are electromagnetic waves transmitted between frequencies of 88 MHz and 107 MHz. Find the range of wavelengths for these signals. largest

  73. Physics

    FM radio signals are electromagnetic waves transmitted between frequencies of 88 MHz and 107 MHz. Find the range of wavelengths for these signals. largest

  74. physics

    FM radio signals are electromagnetic waves transmitted between frequencies of 88 MHz and 107 MHz. Find the range of wavelengths for these signals. largest___m smallest___m

  75. physics

    FM radio signals are electromagnetic waves transmitted between frequencies of 88 MHz and 107 MHz. Find the range of wavelengths for these signals. largest___m smallest___m

  76. physics

    AM radio signals are electromagnetic waves transmitted between frequencies of 550 kHz and 1600 kHz. Find the range of wavelengths for these signals. largest ___m smallest___m

  77. Math- Algebra

    Bikes, Trikes and more At Brittany's Bike shop, she rents all kinds of cycles: unicycles, tandems, regular bikes, and even tricycles. She parks all the cycles in front of her shop with a helmet for each rider strapped to the cycles. This morning Brittany

  78. math

    Bikes, Trikes and more At Brittany's Bike shop, she rents all kinds of cycles: unicycles, tandems, regular bikes, and even tricycles. She parks all the cycles in front of her shop with a helmet for each rider strapped to the cycles. This morning Brittany

  79. math

    Bikes, Trikes and more At Brittany's Bike shop, she rents all kinds of cycles: unicycles, tandems, regular bikes, and even tricycles. She parks all the cycles in front of her shop with a helmet for each rider strapped to the cycles. This morning Brittany

  80. Physics - urgent

    A pipe 0.14 meters long and capped at one end exists in a room where the speed of sound is 350 m/s. Determine the three lowest frequencies that will resonate within the tube. [Enter the frequencies in order from lowest to highest.]

  81. math

    I am not sure how to write a fraction as an expression using a negative number for an exponent other than -1? Please help ex: 1/25 and then using a fraction of 1/9to the second power.

  82. math

    How do prove without using a formula , that the sum of the series 3²+3³+3to the power of 6+...to 20 terms is given by S20 =9/8(9to the power of 20 -1)

  83. math

    At Irv's Cycle Rental Shop, Irv renst all knids of cycles: unicyles, tandem bikes, regualr bikes, and even tricycles for little kids. He parks all the cycles in front of the shop with a helmet for each rider strapped to the cycles. This morninf Irv counted

  84. math

    At Irv's Cycle Rental Shop, Irv renst all knids of cycles: unicyles, tandem bikes, regualr bikes, and even tricycles for little kids. He parks all the cycles in front of the shop with a helmet for each rider strapped to the cycles. This morninf Irv counted

  85. math

    At Irv's Cycle Rental Shop, Irv renst all knids of cycles: unicyles, tandem bikes, regualr bikes, and even tricycles for little kids. He parks all the cycles in front of the shop with a helmet for each rider strapped to the cycles. This morninf Irv counted

  86. math

    At Irv's Cycle Rental Shop, Irv renst all knids of cycles: unicyles, tandem bikes, regualr bikes, and even tricycles for little kids. He parks all the cycles in front of the shop with a helmet for each rider strapped to the cycles. This morninf Irv counted

  87. Physics

    Consider the following RLC series circuit. with V=5 Volts, R=15 Ohms, C=0.004 Farad, L=0.045 Henry. Define the frequencies ω± as the frequencies such that the absolute value of the current of the circuit I0(ω) equals 1/2*I0max. What is the difference

  88. Physics

    Consider the following RLC circuit with V=3 Volts, R=25 Ohms, C=0.006 Farad, L=0.085 Henry. Define the frequencies ω± as the frequencies such that the absolute value of the current of the circuit I0(ω) equals 12I0,max. What is the difference

  89. math

    How to find the domain and range of the function. -2Sgn(4x+8)-1 Write an equivalent equation.

  90. math

    Terry bicycles for 1/4 at an average speed of x km/hr. He then cycles for 1/3 hour at an average speed of x+10 km/hr. he cycles a total distance of 15 km. work out the value of x.

  91. Statistics

    We are working on pivot tables with grouping. I have no trouble creating a table with variables and totals however, I cannot figure out how I can include Relative Frequencies and Percentage frequencies in the same pivot table - as shown in the book. Thanks

  92. Math

    Pleas check my answers Directions: Calculate the mean, median, mode & range for the following data sets. If a data set does not contain a mode, write 'no mode' for mode. 1) 61, 98, 60, 60, 57, 81, 93 Mean Median Mode Range 2) 72, 18, 78, 94, 94, 73 Mean

  93. Math

    If f(x)=sin(x) and g(x)=x^2-x+1, find the domain of f(g(x)) and g(f(x)). I was able to determine that: f(g(x))= sin(x^2-x+1) and g(f(x))= sin(x)^2 -sin(x) +1 Here is what I am thinking: the range of f(x) is (x e R) and the range of g(x) is {x e R).

  94. Physics

    how could you tell if you had missed one of the natural frequencies when you were finding natural frequencies above the fundamental?

  95. Physics

    how could you tell if you had missed one of the natural frequencies when you were finding natural frequencies above the fundamental?

  96. Physics

    how could you tell if you had missed one of the natural frequencies when you were finding natural frequencies above the fundamental

  97. Physics

    FM radio signals are electromagnetic waves transmitted between frequencies of 88 MHz and 107 MHz. Find the range of wavelengths for these signals. largest I have used the equation, but im doing something wrong, so if i could get the answer instead of just

  98. chemistry

    Which of the following best describes the Carnot cycle? A. It represents one of the least efficient cycles for converting thermal energy into work. B. It represents one of the most efficient cycles for converting thermal energy into work. C. It represents

  99. physics

    d. You’ve designed one of the ranks of pipes within the organ using a metal alloy consisting of a mixture of tin and copper. The customer decides (at the last minute) that they like the sound of stainless steel pipes for these ranks better. How do you

  100. physis

    The range of human hearing is roughly from twenty hertz to twenty kilohertz. Based on these limits and a value of 343 m/s for the speed of sound, what are the lengths of the longest and shortest pipes (open at both ends and producing sound at their

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