Could you solve for frequency by dividing energy by Planck's constant?

1 Answer
Sep 5, 2017

Answer:

Yes, according to #E=hf# formula

Explanation:

#E=hf# is a formula used to find the enegy of light or photon

#E=# energy of light #(J)#
#h=# Planck's constant#(6.63 xx 10^-34J.s)#
#f=# frequency of light #(H_z)#

So to solve for #f# using #E=hf#, we take #h# to the left side and divide #E# by #h# then we get #f# by itself.

Finally we get a new formula that looks like this,

#f=E/h#

I hope this helps.