Explain the term critical frequency, Physics

Explain the term 'critical frequency' in relation to sky wave propagation of electromagnetic waves.

On a particular day, the maximum frequency reflected from the ionosphere is 10 MHz on another day, it was found to reduce to 8 MHz calculate the ratio of the maximum electron densities of the ionosphere on the two days

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