Frequency is the number of occurrences of a repeating event per unit of time. It is also occasionally referred to as temporal frequency to emphasize the contrast to spatial frequency, and ordinary frequency to emphasize the contrast to angular frequency. Frequency is measured in hertz (Hz) which is equal to one event per second. The period is the duration of time of one cycle in a repeating event, so the period is the reciprocal of the frequency. For example: if a newborn baby's heart beats at a frequency of 120 times a minute (2 hertz), its period, T—the time interval between beats—is half a second (60 seconds divided by 120 beats). Frequency is an important parameter used in science and engineering to specify the rate of oscillatory and vibratory phenomena, such as mechanical vibrations, audio signals (sound), radio waves, and light.
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The course I'm taking says the above is a 2-way frequency table because there are 2 categories: cats and dogs.
So the table below is not a 2-way frequency table?
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Would 1) be f' = (10,300)[(340 - 1.00) / (340 - 1.05)] = 10,302 Hz
2) f' = (10,300)[(340 - 1.00) / (340)] = 10,270 Hz
3) Yes? As the frequency changes more and less than 1.00 Hz.
I am unsure and would appreciate any help. Thanks!
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I have trouble understanding these two separate questions:
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I have a problem wrapping my head around the relationship between frequency, power/pressure, and displacement. Let's say I have two sine waves that I generated in my computer: A 50 Hz tone and a 100 Hz tone. Let's say they both have an amplitude of 1. Therefore, they will both have...
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This might be silly, but I am a bit confused by the conventions used for transitions in atoms/molecules. Usually these are given in nm and using the formula ##\lambda = c/\nu##, from here we can get the normal frequency ##\nu## and the angular frequency would be given by ##\omega = 2\pi\nu##. In...
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For the first circuit, Req = ZL + ZC = -j/(w*C) + j*w*L = 0 for short circuit, so w = 0?
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Is that correct?
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I am a little bit confused about the definition of angular frequency in the context of nuclear rotation, some times its defined in the regular way as
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In the popular answer for the coin-mass question of Physics Stack Exchange,
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Consider an LC circuit consisting of a parallel plate capacitor and a solenoid inductor in series. The formula for the resonant frequency of this circuit is 1/√(LC) where “L” is the inductance of the solenoid and “C” is the capacitance of the capacitor.
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TL;DR Summary: How do i find the intensity of this wave?
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tried writing the x position as
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Is my solution correct?
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I've calculated this. Is it correct?
a=ω²R => ω=√(a/R)
T(period)=1/ω=1 / (√(a/R))
f = 1/T = √(a/R)
[ if a=10G=100 m/s² ; R=1m ]
then: f = √(a/R) = √(100/1) = 10 hertz
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I have inputs like displacement of a driving mechanism and then the frequency of concern .
Displacement: 0.2 mm
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I'm watching a Walter Lewin lecture and it seems to me at least that he is dividing maximum frequency of the sound by sound frequency of the transmitter to derive velocity of the transmitter, does this work? It seems that quantity would be dimensionless and velocity obviously...