Speed of sound c = Frequencyf x wavelength λ.
When speed of sound c (= velocity of sound) increases wavelength λ increases.
c = λ · f
Increase its speed or reduce its frequency or do both. Wavelength = (velocity)/(frequency)
Velocity of wave = Frequency X Wavelength So if Velocity of the wave is kept constant, then Frequency of the wave is inversely proportional to it's wavelength i.e increase in frequency means decreases in Wavelength.
Velocity = Frequency * Wavelength. If the wavelength increases and the frequency stays the same, then the speed of the wave will increase.
velocity=(frequency)(wavelength) The frequency of a wave is inversely proportional to its wavelength.
Wavelength*Frequency = Velocity of the wave. or Wavelength/Period = Velocity of the wave.
The velocity of the wave and the wavelength.
wave velocity (m/s) = frequency (Hz) x wavelength (m) wavelength = wave speed / frequency frequency = wave speed / wavelength
The wavelength would increase by the same proportion.
One formula is:speed (of the wave) = frequency x wavelength
Velocity of wave = frequency * wavelength (the universal wave equation does not involve amplitude) There is no direct relationship between the amplitude and the wavelength of a wave and therefore if the amplitude increases the wavelength will not necessarily change.
The speed of a wave is equal to the wavelength divided by the frequency (speed = wavelength/frequency). So if the frequency of the wave increases, the wavelength will decrease.
If the wavelength decreases, then the frequency increases if the wave is traveling at the same velocity.
This generally happens when a wave moves from one medium into another.Now, the velocity (v) of a wave (mechanical and electromagnetic) is equal to the product of its frequency (f) and wavelength (Î»).So, v = f x Î»That means if frequency is constant, the wavelength is directly proportional to the velocity.So, if the speed of the wave increases (while frequency remains the same), the wavelength will also increase.
You can see how the frequency of a wave changes as its wavelength changes by using the formula Velocity= wavelength x frequencyIf for example we are talking about the speed of light (Which does change) and the wavelength is reduced, then the frequency has to increase in order to balance out to the speed of light.Another way to view it is like this:The frequency of a wave changes with the wavelength by what happens to the wavelength. For instance, if the wavelength is doubled, the frequency is halved, and vise versa.
This is not true practically. Theoretically speaking as velocity increases with wavelength remains constant, then frequency has to increase accordingly. Since the formula for velocity is given as: velocity of the wave v = frequency (nu) * wavelength (lamda). In reality the characteristic, namely, frequency remains constant when the speed of the wave changes as it traverses in different medium.
velocity cause Velocity= wavelength X frequency
velocity = frequency x wavelength
velocity = frequency / wavelength, I believe.
As the basic formula of all types of waves is (Velocity of a wave=the product of the wavelength of it and its frequency). In this case, frequency of a certain wave is constant and the velocity is decreasing. And as the velocity is directly proportional to the wavelength, the wavelength of the wave shortens as a result.
Wavelength(L), frequency(F), and velocity(v) are bound by the equation v=LF. Therefore if the frequency remains constant and the wavelength increases then the velocity also has to increase. If we are talking about light waves; however. the velocity is always c, the speed of light. So if wave length increase then the frequency has to decrease.
The wavelength decreases as the frequency increases. From the universal wave equation velocity = wavelength * frequency, it can be derived that wavelength = velocity / frequency, and therefore wavelength is inversely related to frequency. For inverse relationships, when one variable increases, the other decreases.
If u meant radio wave, then velocity of all electromagnetic wave is 3*108 m/s. Hence velocity of radio wave will be the same ,as it as an em wave, irrespective of its wavelength.
The velocity of the wave
Wavelength of any wave, transverse or longitudinal is dependent on both the speed of the wave and the frequency of the wave, and can be related to these parameters by the following equation: velocity of wave= frequency x wavelength therefore, wavelength= velocity/ frequency.
The velocity of a wave is wavelength x frequency. velocity = 3m x 12/s = 36m/s