How do you find the electromagnetic radiation with velocity?
Hmm they might mean light then cause the velocity of light is 2.99792x10^8 m/s.
So if it is light theres a few formulas you can use. (E= electric field component, and I have no clue how to find M=magnetic field component) ((c=speed of light, Sine = wavelenght , V= frequency, n= refractive index, h= plotniks constant, p= momentum of particle))
You use: C = (sine)(v) N = c / v Sine = h / p E= h / v = hc / sine
Hope this helps. =D
((I've never had to find M, my teachers just tell us to find E and use that. Apparently it dosen't need to be combined with M, but I'm not sure.))
EDIT: Plotniks constant if you don't know it is: (6.62618x10^-34 Js)
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it only says if the velocity = 3*10^8 m/s what type of electromagnetic radiation is it?
Velocity of what?