The 100GHz frequency has the shortest wavelength.
The problem is commonly known as wave-particle duality. Initially high energy electromagnetic radiation such as Gamma rays and X rays were thought to show more particle like behavior while low energy electromagnetic radiation such as Radio waves & microwaves were thought to show more wave like behavior. Light being in the middle of the spectrum shows a good mixture of both. This was a hot topic of debate in the 1600s and wasn't really explained until Quantum Mechanics introduced probability waves in the 20th Century. Loads of info in Wikipedia link below. == == Quantum theory states that a photon "carries" a certain energy, but realize that a photon's rest mass is zero - therefore it's only a concept. OR the photon IS the energy.
The terms are interchangeable, and they're both bogus in reality.
All electromagnetic waves can have a photon assigned to them . A photon for an electromagnetic waves is frequency dependent, therefore a photon for electromagnetic waves with low frequency such as radiowaves is rather low in energy as compared to a photon of electromagnetic waves of higher frequency such cosmic ray.
For the same leg strength / jumping technique, weight affects how far one can jump.
Acceleration = Force / Mass
With more mass, you cannot accelerate yourself as much when you jump with the same force. Imagine trying to jump with a small backpack full of sand strapped to your back. Your strength hasn't changed. That is, the amount of force you can deliver hasn't changed, but your mass has. You can't jump as high.