According to Britannica, hertz are units of frequency, so 50 Hz contains less frequency than 60 Hz. These units are used to calculate electric currents, electromagnetic waves and sound. More »

It is impossible to convert watts to hertz, as the units measure different things. Watts measure how much power is being used, whereas hertz measure frequency – the amount of time required to complete a cycle. In alterna... More »

There is no way to measure how many hertz make a watt. While both may represent measurements of electricity, or similar phenomena, they are not able to convert to each other. More » Science Physics Electricity

Ultrasonic waves are sound waves transmitted above the human-detectable frequency range, usually above 20,000 Hz. They are used by some animals and in medical or industrial technological devices. More »

The formula for finding the velocity of a wave is to multiply its wavelength by its frequency. In this case, 30 m x 12 Hz = 360 meters per second. More »

The difference between pitch and volume is that pitch is determined by the frequency that sound waves vibrate at while volume measures how loud or soft sound is. Combined with timbre, pitch, measured in hertz, and volume... More »

Wavelength measures the distance from one point of a wave to the same point on an adjacent wave, whereas the frequency represents how many waves are produced from the source per second. Wavelengths are measured in nanome... More »