Q: How can convert rev per min in hertz?

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('X' rev/minute) x (2 pi radian/rev) x (1 minute/60 sec) = 2 pi X/60 = 0.10472 Xrad/sec (rounded)

For starter, 1 rad/S = 0.159 rev/S

(550 - 200) rev per minute = -350 rev per minute / 60 sec per minute = (-35/6 rev per second) change in angular velocityAngular acceleration = (change in angular velocity) / (time for the change) =(-35/6 rev per second) x (2 pi radians per rev) / 4.5 seconds = -8.1449 radians per second2("Meters per sec sq" can't be a unit of angularacceleration, since angles can't be measured in meters.)

There are 60 sec in one min 35 rev/min x 45/60 = 26.25 revs

60 mph = 88 feet/sec = (88 x 12) inches per sec = (88 x 12 x 60) in/min = 63,360 inches per minuteCircumference of the wheel = 2 pi R = 30 pi inches.RPM = (63,360) / (30 pi) = 672.27 rev per min (rounded)

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('X' rev/minute) x (2 pi radian/rev) x (1 minute/60 sec) = 2 pi X/60 = 0.10472 Xrad/sec (rounded)

For starter, 1 rad/S = 0.159 rev/S

(550 - 200) rev per minute = -350 rev per minute / 60 sec per minute = (-35/6 rev per second) change in angular velocityAngular acceleration = (change in angular velocity) / (time for the change) =(-35/6 rev per second) x (2 pi radians per rev) / 4.5 seconds = -8.1449 radians per second2

The angular acceleration is 1.944... (repeating) rev per second^2.

Average speed = (50 / 2) = 25 rev per min Initial speed = 0 Final speed = 50 rev per min Average acceleration = (50 / 2) = 25 rev per min2

(550 - 200) rev per minute = -350 rev per minute / 60 sec per minute = (-35/6 rev per second) change in angular velocityAngular acceleration = (change in angular velocity) / (time for the change) =(-35/6 rev per second) x (2 pi radians per rev) / 4.5 seconds = -8.1449 radians per second2("Meters per sec sq" can't be a unit of angularacceleration, since angles can't be measured in meters.)

Depends on the diameter of the wheels. Formula should be (5 min)*(60 sec/min)*(3 rev/sec)*(? meters/rev) Where ? meters would be the circumference of the wheels which is pi*diameter

There are 60 sec in one min 35 rev/min x 45/60 = 26.25 revs

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60 mph = 88 feet/sec = (88 x 12) inches per sec = (88 x 12 x 60) in/min = 63,360 inches per minuteCircumference of the wheel = 2 pi R = 30 pi inches.RPM = (63,360) / (30 pi) = 672.27 rev per min (rounded)

560 rpm The car is not revolving. If you want to know the engine rpm you would need to know the ratio of the differential (final drive) and the ratio of the gear that you are in. If you are asking for the number of revolutions per minute for the tire, you would calculate it as follows. Tire circumference is: 3.141 x 2.5 ft = 7.85 ft A revolution of the wheel would be 7.85 ft/rev so the reciprocal gives: a revolution is 0.1274 rev/ft. 50 mi/hr x 0.01667 hr/min x 5280 ft/mi = 4400 feet/min 0.1274 rev/ft x 4400 ft/min = 561 rev/min (or rpm) Note: Previously, the answer was rounded to 3 significant digits. If you consider that 50 mph is precise to the units place you can really only support two significant digits in the final answer so it needs to be rounded to 560 rpm.

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