Frequency of a green light, and wavelength of radio waves

The speed of electromagnetic waves through vacuum or air is 3X10^8m/sec. Find the frequency of the green light with a wavelength of 5.4X10^-7m and the wavelength of radio waves broadcast at 900 kilohertz.

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