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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)

Q: How do you convert revolution per min to rad per second?

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1 rotation/1 min * 1 min/60s * (2*Pi radian/1 rotation)

You can't convert cc/min to cc/lbs.

to solve this problem you just simply need to convert second for minurtes75ft/s* 60s/min =4500ft/min ;)remember in 1 min we have 60 sec

divide by 60. 20m/ min = 1/3 m/s

That question cannot be answered. Did you mean 17cm per minute? If so, 17 cm /min = 6.6929 inches/min = 0.5577 ft/min (rounded to second decimal).

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1 rotation/1 min * 1 min/60s * (2*Pi radian/1 rotation)

Divide the RPM by 60.

Formula: L/min x 0.00001667 = m3/s

Formula: m3/min x 0.01667 = cubic meters per second

You can't convert cc/min to cc/lbs.

to solve this problem you just simply need to convert second for minurtes75ft/s* 60s/min =4500ft/min ;)remember in 1 min we have 60 sec

divide by 60. 20m/ min = 1/3 m/s

That question cannot be answered. Did you mean 17cm per minute? If so, 17 cm /min = 6.6929 inches/min = 0.5577 ft/min (rounded to second decimal).

revolutions are angular velocity (w), so you need to know radius (r) to convert to velocity (v) meters per second. not linear velocity. v = wr. For example 30 revs per min is 30/60 revs per second; over a 2 meter radius velocity is 30/ 60 x 2 = 1 meter per second

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1,000 cfm (feet3/min) is 0.4719474 m3/sec.

('G' gm/sec) x (1 kg/1,000 gm) x (60 sec/min) = 0.06 'G' kg/min