Q3) Which description most accurately defines EEG frequency and amplitude? O Frequency is measured in Hertz (Hz) and is defined as the

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Q3) Which description most accurately defines EEG frequency and amplitude?
O Frequency is measured in Hertz (Hz) and is defined as the number of times a wave oscillates per second. The
amplitude is the time of the waveform measured from 0 seconds. Amplitude is measured in macro-volts (UV).
O Frequency is measured in Hertz (Hz) and is defined as the number of times a wave peaks per second.
Frequency is also known as a measure of EEG power. The amplitude is the height or peak measurement of the
cycle measured from time 0 seconds. Amplitude is measured in macro-volts (uV) and reflects EEG control.
O Frequency is measured in Hertz (Hz) and is defined as the number of times a wave peaks per second. The
amplitude is the circumference of the waveform as measured from the baseline. Amplitude is measured in
micro-volts (UV) and typically divided into alpha, beta, gamma and theta.
O Frequency is measured in Hertz (Hz) and is defined as the number of times a wave peaks per second. The
amplitude is the height or peak measurement of the cycle as measured from the baseline. Amplitude is
measured in micro-volts (UV) and also known as power.
O All of the above​

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    Answer:

    O.  Frequency is measured in Hertz (Hz) and is defined as the number of times a wave peaks per second.  Frequency is also known as a measure of EEG power.

    The amplitude is the height or peak measurement of the  cycle measured from time 0 seconds. Amplitude is measured in macro-volts (uV) and reflects EEG control.

    Explanation:

    EEG frequency is a term commonly used in the medical field to measure the pulse rat of the brain as well as to diagonise epilepsy. This could be found through the abnomalities in the EEG readings when taken.

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