Wavelength, frequency and energy

This is simple drill and practice involving electromagnetic radiation. When you press "New Problem", one of the cells in the first table will be filled. Remember, with your formulas, if you know one of these values, you can calculate the other two.  Enter the two missing values and press "Check Ans".  Results appear in the second table. Pay close attention to the dimensions. You should continue with a problem until you get it correct, but you can generate a new problem at any time.Use "e" notation for sci notation. Thus, 2.3e-4 equals 2.3*10-4
Wavelength(m) Frequency(Hz) Energy(J)
Results Total Done Total Correct

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This page was developed  Prof George Wiger of California State University, Dominguez Hills campus.

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