Here are two questions I am stuck on:
1. How many visible photons are produced per second from a 2Watt lamp? It says the range of the wavelengths is near 5x10^-7m. I tried this and got 3.33x10^33Hz but apparently thats wrong so please help me.

2. A photon of frequency 6x10^14Hz explores a path 6m long. Find the time of travel and the number of rotations of the phasor. This one I dont have a clu how to start but if I get the first answer I can easily work out the number of rotations of the phasor.

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 Mea, do you know the energy of each photon is given by Planck's constant times the frequency? 2 Watts is power = energy per second.
 Yeah i tried this and thats where i got the 3.33blah blah blah.... answer. I used 2W = 2joules per second and therefore if its one second it 2 joules, i put this in E=hf and it came out wrong as thats not the answer in my text book. Dont say why cant i just copy it because the teacher will know if there is no working. But thanks anyway. Do you know any other way?

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