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The length of a full cycle of a wave is called a "wavelength".

Q: What is the length of full wave?

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When you shorten the wave length, you increase the amplitude.

The product of the wave's frequency and the wave's wave length is equal to the speed of propagation of the wave.

The frequency of a wave is not directly related to the wave length. A low frequency wave or a high frequency wave may be either long-wave or short-wave.

it depends on the size of the wave

they have a longer wave length, between 1mm and 30 cm.

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The full wave length of 10 MHz is 30 metres.

The answer will depend on what is vibrating.

When you shorten the wave length, you increase the amplitude.

When you shorten the wave length, you increase the amplitude.

Ultraviolet has the longer wave length Infrared has the lower wave length

The product of the wave's frequency and the wave's wave length is equal to the speed of propagation of the wave.

As states half wave will rectify only either positive or negative of a full wave. full wave will rectify positive and negative making it full wave rectification.

it depends on the size of the wave

The frequency of a wave is not directly related to the wave length. A low frequency wave or a high frequency wave may be either long-wave or short-wave.

I don't know what's "water length" but I do know that the deeper the water are, the faster the wave goes. If you meant wave length and not water length, then the longer the wavelength, the smaller the frequency of the wave.

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the length of a wave generated by a complete vibration or time period