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Yes, short wavelength lights have high frequency and long wavelength lights have low frequency. This can be proved by using the electromagnetic equation c=vλ where c is the speed of light, v is the frequency, and λ is the wavelength. They have a universal relationship.
Yes, the shorter wavelengths have higher frequency and longer wavelengths have shorter frequency. This can be proven from the equation c=(lambda)(frequency) where c is a constant and equals 3.00x10^8 m/s. As wavelength increases, the frequency would have to decrease and vice versa in order to maintain the constant value of c. This shows that wavelength and frequency have an inverse relationship.
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