A review of the relation between
period
,
\(T\)
, and
linear frequency
,
\(f\)
.
The mathematical equation of the relation is

declare initial expression


\begin{equation}
T=1/f.
\end{equation}

\begin{equation*}
T=1/f
\end{equation*}


To express frequency as a function of
period
period
, multiply both sides of the equation by
\(f\)
\(f\)
to get a new equation,

multiply both sides by arg1
arg1 = \(f\)


\begin{equation}
T\ f=1.
\end{equation}

\begin{equation*}
T\ f=1
\end{equation*}


Finally, divide both sides of the second equation by
\(T\)
\(T\)
to yield the third equation,
Finally, divide both sides of the second equation by
\(T\)
\(T\)
to yield the third equation,

Divide both sides by arg1
arg1 = \(T\)


\begin{equation}
f=1/T.
\end{equation}

\begin{equation*}
f=1/T
\end{equation*}



