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hisgirl2012
The wavelength of light is 310nm. Calculate its frequency. Can someone please explain how to do this and show me.
\[h= \frac{ c }{ \lambda } \] where "c" is the speed of light, a constant that should be provided in your textbook so you can look that up or search on bing, "speed of light", the greek letter under "c" is lambda and represents wavelength. And finally, "h" represents wavelength, in units of Hertz (Hz).
h should to be \[\nu\], which is frequency
You're right. My mistake.