I read simple definitions of the terms frequency, and fundamental frequency, which defined them thus,
- Frequency: the number of occurrences of a periodic wave during a second
- Fundamental Frequency: the lowest frequency of a periodic wave.
By replacing frequency in the definition of fundamental frequency with the definition of frequency renders the definition 'the fewest occurrences of a periodic wave during a second'.
It seems to me that that the fewest possible occurrences of something must be one. Is the fundamental frequency one cycle per second?