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wha is frequency

wha is frequency

Grade:12

9 Answers

Vijay Mukati
askIITians Faculty 2590 Points
6 years ago
Frequency describes the number of waves that pass a fixed place in a given amount of time. So if the time it takes for a wave to pass is 1/2 second, the frequency is 2 per second. If it takes 1/100 of an hour, the frequency is 100 per hour. Thanks.
A M S ARUN KRISHNA
216 Points
6 years ago
In physics
The frequency is the number of waves per second. Its unit is Hz or Hertz. Humans can hear sounds having frequencies between 20 Hz and 20000 Hz or 20 kHz. Sounds having frequencies lesser than 20 Hz is called infrasonic and sounds having frequencies greater than 20 kHz are called ultrasonic. Some animals can hear sounds having frequencies greater than 20 kHz
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sathish b
42 Points
6 years ago
Thank you sir.
 
KUNCHAM SAMPATH
402 Points
6 years ago
The reciprocal of time period is called frequency... (or) The numbers of wave cycles per unit time... 
sanjay
206 Points
6 years ago
The reciprocal of time period is called frequency.
SHANMUKESHWAR
461 Points
6 years ago
The reciprocal of time period is called frequency
Gavvala Ganesh
551 Points
6 years ago
The reciprocal of time period of time is called frequency... (or) The numbers of  cycles per unit time.
f = 1/T
RAKESH CHINDAM
428 Points
6 years ago
The reciprocal of time period of time is called frequency... (or) The numbers of  cycles per unit time.
DURGA PRASAD
253 Points
6 years ago
The reciprocal of time period of time is called frequency... (or) The numbers of cycles per unit time.

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