The meters cancel, so you get "per second", or "1/second". That unit has the special name hertz. It is a unit of frequency.
Hertz is a unit of frequency, not a unit of length like the meter. You can't convert that.
A hertz is the unit of frequency; one hertz has a periodic interval of one second, 60 hertz has a periodic interval of 1/60 second, etc. Meters per second is a measure of velocity, not frequency intervals.
Units for Frequency are Hertz (Hz) Hertz is also known as s-1 (1/seconds) There is no distance component (meters) in frequency, only a "time" component
A unit of torque, simply called Newton-meters.
If you multiply the wavelength (in meters) and the frequency (in Hertz), you will get the speed of the wave (in meters per second).
Just multiply the wavelength (in meters) with the frequency (in Hertz) to get the speed (in m/s).
unit for the frequency is hertz
The prefix "kilo" means a thousand - whether you use it with meter, with hertz, or with any other unit (except in computer science, where it sometimes means 1024). Therefore, to convert from kilometers to meters, you simply multiply by 1000.
Hertz is a unit of frequency. It is equivalent to 1/s (seconds).
You multiply it by 1000.Would you believe megaHertz, to Hertz, multiply by 1000 000.
Hertz is the unit to measure the frequency.