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Resolve problem: energy of photon whose freq is 3.0 X 10 to 12th pwr Hz?

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This is a not a calculator problem, it's a physics problem. You need the formula: E = hf, where f is the frequency and h is "Planck's constant" (6.626068 x 10^-34 m^2kg/sec).

On your calculator, punch in 3.0 [EE] 12 [x] 6.63 [EE] -34 to get the answer.

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