Q. Why higher frequencies travel faster?

Why higher frequencies travel faster?


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  • emadsyed91

    As f=1/t frequency is inversly proportional to time. Which means higher the frequency lesser time hence it travels faster.


       

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  • ukay66

    velocity = frequency x wavelength
    hence higher frequency will produce higher velocity


       

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