Answer to Question #58775 in Field Theory for djofficial

Question #58775
what's the difference between frequency and wavelength?
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2016-03-30T09:12:04-0400
Wavelength represents the distance between the points of the wave, which oscillate in phase. Wavelength is equal to the distance covered by a moving wave during one period.
Frequency represents the number of oscillations during a timespan, or the number of waves passing by specific point during a timespan. Value of frequency is inverse to the period.

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