1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Ignore the suggested Problems if you will. If you can't see the image give me a shout and I'll give the problem statement here. 2. Relevant equations B(y,t)=Bmaxcos(Ky-Wt) Wavelength=2pi/kn W=2pi*Frequency V=Emax/Bmax V=Walength*Frequency 3. The attempt at a solution So calculating the Wavelength is no problem. We get .00024166m for the Wavelength The problem comes when we try to get the frequency from the stated Angular Frequency, which strangely seems to be multiplied by the Bmax to attain a unit of Tesla Inverse Seconds. Is it? And if it is does that affect our calculation for Wavelength?