Which one of the following statements is not true about electromagnetic radiation? Explain.
Answer to question 1
1) Wavelength and frequency are directly proportional.FALSE
reason : Wavelength and frequency are inversely proportional
2) All electromagnetic waves travel at the same speed. TRUE
reason All electromagnetic waves travel same speed which is 3 x10^8 m/s
3)The velocity of electromagnetic waves varies inversely
reason :All electromagnetic waves travel at the same speed.
All electromagnetic waves have the same wavelength.FALSE
reason:Each wave has different wavelength
All types of electromagnetic radiation have the same energy.FALSE
reason: Energy depends on frequency/wavelength. when these quantity change
All electromagnetic waves travel at the same speed
Answer to question 2
Option (d) is not true about electromagnetic radiation.
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