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Solution: When the frequency of light is doubled the wavelength is ___________?a. doubledb. halvedc. unchangedd. none of the above

Problem

When the frequency of light is doubled the wavelength is ___________?

a. doubled
b. halved
c. unchanged
d. none of the above

Solution

We are being asked to determine what would happen to the wavelength if the frequency of light is doubled.


Wavelength, frequency, and the speed of light are connected by the following equation:

c=λν

c = speed of light, m/s
λ = wavelength, in m
ν = frequency, Hz (Hertz)


We can rearrange the equation to isolate the wavelength (λ):

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