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Q: A wave with a period of 0.008 second has a frequency of what?

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One second 0.004

0.1 Hertz.

A wave with a period of 2.5 seconds per cycle is a wave with one cycle per 2.5 seconds, or 1/2.5 cycles per second. That's 0.4 cycles per second or 0.4 Hertz.It turns out that the frequency and the period of a wave are reciprocals. One over the frequency equals the period, and one over the period is the frequency.

C 125 Hz

Time period = 1 / frequency. Frequency = 1 / time period. The frequency is 90 cycles per second = 90 Hz Period = 11.111111111 ms (milliseconds).

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Period = reciprocal of frequency = 1 / (500) = 0.002 second

Period = reciprocal of frequency ( 1 / frequency ) = 1/50 = 0.02 second = 20 milliseconds

A wave or other periodic phenomenon with a period of 1 second has a frequency of 1 Hz.

A hertz (Hz) is a single cycle per second. The period indicates how long each wave lasts.Therefore, a wave with a frequency of 250 hertz has a period of 1/250th of a second.

Frequency: number of cycles per second. Period: the distance between two crests. The period depends not only on the frequency, but also on the wave's speed.

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One second 0.004

One second 0.004

0.1 Hertz.

Period = 1 / frequency = 1/100 = 0.01 second.

Period = 1/frequency = 1/500 = 0.002 second = 2 milliseconds

Period = 1 / frequency = 1/272 = 0.003676 second (rounded)

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