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|Quote (Joe G @ Dec. 29 2017,16:56)|
|When I said frequency = wavelength it was in the context of a discussion with an imbecile. And had said imbecile asked for clarification instead of running around like a chicken with its head cut off it would have been provided.|
That must be why, in the post immediately above this one, you said:
|Quote (Joe G @ Dec. 29 2017,16:53)|
|Frequency = wavelength|
And then you gave us examples of a frequency and wavelength. They're not equal to each other, Joe. They're not even the same dimension.
I know this is a waste of time, because it's been pointed out to you before. But I do enjoy watching you fail to comprehend middle-school physics (hint: a mathematical relationship between two things doesn't mean they're equal) and simple English (hint: "equal" and "interchangeable" aren't synonyms).
I know you'll just respond with insults. Don't bother. I've heard them. We've all heard them.
Oh my, you are a pathetic loser. Grow up, John.
I gave you an example in which frequency = wavelength, JohnW. Interchangeable means they are the same; apparently identical.
So yes, equal and interchangeable are synonyms in this context. equal is a synonym of interchangeable.
You are a pathetic loser, JohnW so I don't expect any apology
1.87MHz ^= 160m
I can't believe I'm having to type that. It's the physics equivalent of having to say "bicycles are not jealous".
But thanks for confirming that you still think frequency = wavelength. So I'll continue to laugh at you.
On a very closely related note, do you think Newton's Second Law means that mass = acceleration? Or that Ohm's Law means current = resistance?
LoL! Context is still a foreign word, eh, John?
What I said was:
Transmitting on a frequency of 1.87 MHz = transmitting on a wavelength of 160 meters.
And that is the physics equivalency, dipshit.
For what it's worth- I can't believe you typed that either because I didn't think that you were that low and dull. So laugh away, that's what drooling, mouth-breathers usually do when their ignorance is exposed.
I've bolded the part you're ignoring in your own response, science boy. Here it is again:
|I gave you an example in which frequency = wavelength|
But you didn't. You told me about a wave with a frequency of 1.87MHz and a wavelength of 160m. The fact that a wave has particluar frequency and wavelength does not mean the frequency and wavelength are equal. Or even interchangeable. Or even kinda-sorta similar. A wave with a wavelength of 160m can have any frequency at all (subject to the restriction of not travelling faster than the speed of light). Frequency and wavelength are different things. "Frequency=wavelength" is like saying "blue weighs 120kg". It's nonsense, in feathers, on stilts, singing the nonsense song and doing the nonsense dance on the Feast of St Nonsense The Nonsensical.
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