This frequency calculator calculates the time it takes to complete one full cycle at the selected frequency and converts it to a period. A conversion scale for a variety of frequency versus time values will appear for each frequency entered.

**Frequency Calculator:** The frequency calculator will quickly calculate the frequency of a wave given its wavelength and velocity or period. You can select a wave velocity from a predefined list, eliminating the need to know, for example, the speed of sound. In the text below, you will also find the frequency definition, two frequency formulas (period to frequency and wavelength to frequency), and a few examples showing how to calculate frequency.

The number of completed wave cycles per second is known as frequency. In other words, frequency is the number of wave crests that pass through a certain spot in a second. The Frequency formula is given by: **f = 1 / T **

Here,

- T stands for the time it takes to complete one wave cycle in seconds
- f stands for frequency

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The following is how to utilise the Frequency calculator:

- Enter the time it takes for one wave cycle to complete (period). The frequency will be determined by the calculator.
- If you know the frequency, you can use this calculator to calculate the period.
- If you need to compute frequency based on wavelength and wave velocity, use the following formula:
**f = 1 / T**

**Question 1:** How to calculate the frequency of a wave with a cycle time of 0.50s.

**Solution:**

Consider the problem,

Time, T = 0:50s

The Frequency formula is given by: **f = 1 / T **

f = 1 / 0.50 s

f = 2 * 1/s

It's important to remember to convert "1/s" to the frequency unit:

f = 2 Hz

Therefore, The frequency of a wave is **2Hz**

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