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which statement will be true if you increase the frequency of a periodic wave a-the number of waves per sec. will increase b-the time taken to complete one cycle will increase c-the amplitude will increase d-there will be no change in the period

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@torr.kitty Frequency is defined in no. of ways \[\Large \text{The no. of cycles (or waves) per second}\] \[\large \text{or}\] \[\Large \text{ The inverse of time period of a wave}\] What do you think will be the answer? Use the definition applicable
How do you say c? Frequency is independent of amplitude and vice versa

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hmm i dont know:0 is it a
Frequency is defined as no. of waves / second If you increase frequency, then no. of waves per second will increase
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