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Wavelength and frequency have an inverse relationship because as wavelength increase, so the waves become longer, the frequency decreases because there are less waves per second. As wavelength decreases, the waves become shorter, the frequency increases because there are more waves per second.
Wavelength and Frequency do have an inverse relationship. The longer a wave is the less frequently it will repeat itself. If a wave repeats more frequently the length of the wave would be shortened.
Inverse relationship means that two variables move in opposite directions. For example as A increases, B decreases and vice-versa. The same goes for wavelength and frequency. If a wave model has a high frequency it will have a shorter wavelength because higher frequency means there are a higher amount of waves occurring so there has to be less distance in between each wave.
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