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Wavelength and frequency are inversely related. Therefore, with a shorter wavelength, there would be a higher frequency, and the wave completes more cycles per second (in Hz.) On the other hand, frequency and energy are directly related. As frequency increases, so will energy, as modeled by the equation E=hv.
I completely agree with what the previous person said. However, I want to add that wavelength and frequency are inversely related because c= λ ν. Since c is a constant, wavelength increases when frequency decreases and vice versa.
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