## Question 1A.5

$c=\lambda v$

905416023
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### Question 1A.5

For this question, it says to list the types of photons of electromagnetic radiation in the order of increasing energy. Does this mean smallest to biggest?

Jordan Young 2J
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Yes, you write them in order from least to greatest amount of energy

thanh24mai
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Yup! Just least amount of energy to greatest amount of energy!

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Yup, that would mean the least to greatest amount of energy. In terms of wavelengths and frequencies, the photons with the least amount of energy would have the longest wavelengths/lowest frequency. The photons with the greatest amount of energy would have the shortest wavelength/highest frequency because wavelength and frequency are inversely proportional.

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### Re: Question 1A.5

905416023 wrote:For this question, it says to list the types of photons of electromagnetic radiation in the order of increasing energy. Does this mean smallest to biggest?

It's from least to greatest energy.