If the wave speed is 6 m/s and wavelength is 1 m, what is the wave's frequency?

Question:

If the wave speed is 6 m/s and wavelength is 1 m, what is the wave's frequency?

Speed of a Wave:

In physics, a wave is defined to be a disturbance that propagates through a medium and transports energy from one point to another without a transfer of mass. It possesses several wave properties, such as the wavelength, frequency, amplitude, period, that are often related to each other through a set of equations. Among these, wavelength and frequency are two quantities often compared due to their direct dependence on the speed of the wave. Mathematically, the relation of these three quantities is given by

$$v = \lambda f$$

where:

• {eq}v = \rm speed\ of\ the\ wave {/eq}
• {eq}\lambda = \rm wavelength {/eq}
• {eq}f = \rm frequency\ of\ the\ wave {/eq}