how many Khz in a meter?

imlike so confused, so u have to convert Khz to Meter to divide meters from Khz…..

Chemistry help plzz

and if u kno a good onlne conversion table let me kno

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  • None.

    The kilohertz, abbreviated kHz or KHz*, is a unit of alternating current (AC) or electromagnetic (EM) wave frequency equal to one thousand hertz (1,000 Hz). The unit is also used in measurements or statements of signal bandwidth.

    An AC signal having a frequency of 1 kHz is within the range of human hearing. If a signal at this frequency is input to a headset or loudspeaker, the resulting tone has a pitch that falls into the so-called “audio midrange.” An EM signal at a frequency of 1 kHz has a wavelength of 300 kilometers, or about 190 miles. The standard amplitude-modulation (AM) broadcast band extends from 535 kHz to 1,605 kHz. Some EM transmissions are made at millions of kHz.

    The metre (American English: meter) is a measure of length. It is the basic unit of length in the metric system and in the International System of Units (SI), used around the world for general and scientific purposes. Historically, the metre was defined by the French Academy of Sciences as the length between two marks on a platinum-iridium bar, which was designed to represent 1/10,000,000 of the distance from the equator to the north pole through Paris. Today, it is defined by the International Bureau of Weights and Measures as the distance travelled by light in absolute vacuum in 1/299,792,458 of a second.

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    how many Khz in a meter?

    imlike so confused, so u have to convert Khz to Meter to divide meters from Khz…..

    Chemistry help plzz

    and if u kno a good onlne conversion table let me kno

  • Not quite how it works; wavelength (meters/meters) and frequency (kilohertz) are inversely proportional. Username SS4 is correct, you divide one into the speed of light to get the other.

    Here’s a conversion table:

    http://earlyradiohistory.us/khzmeter.htm

  • You don’t need to convert. Just divide the numbers and the result will be in kHz per meter. (I’m drawing a blank on what thats called though)

  • Both are different measurements- one is a unit of length and the other is of frequency. How can one give a relation This is like asking a question “One litre is equal to how many dollars?”

  • to find KHz from metres divide a speed by your metre measurement, the speed will usually be c = 3*10^8ms^-1

  • Khz To M

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