where c is the speed of light (310^8 ms-1), the greek letter lambda is wavelenth (in metres) and f is frequency (in hertz)

6.15 x 1014 s1

where c is the speed of light (310^8 ms-1), the greek letter lambda is wavelenth (in metres) and f is frequency (in hertz)

where c is the speed of light (310^8 ms-1), the greek letter lambda is wavelenth (in metres) and f is frequency (in hertz)

you dont really need that equation because the equation you were using is to calculate energy in joules. The equation you should use is c = ( wavelength x frequency) (3.0 x 10^ 8 m/s) = ( 337.1) ( frequency) ->> divide most side by 337.1 8.9 x 10^5 Hz or ( 1/s) = frequency Im supposing the wavelength unit is in meters cuz you didnt specify Plus you can check you answer by plug it back into the equation and see if it gives you any of values you started with

6.15 x 1014 s1

you dont really need that equation because the equation you were using is to calculate energy in joules. The equation you should use is c = ( wavelength x frequency) (3.0 x 10^ 8 m/s) = ( 337.1) ( frequency) ->> divide most side by 337.1 8.9 x 10^5 Hz or ( 1/s) = frequency Im supposing the wavelength unit is in meters cuz you didnt specify Plus you can check you answer by plug it back into the equation and see if it gives you any of values you started with

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