Q: How much is 2 seconds in cycles per second?

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Giga means 1,000,000,000 cycles per second. Therefore 1/1000000000 seconds per cycle, or 0.000000001 seconds in a cycle.

Hz = cycles/second. Therefore, at 2Hz, you're generating two complete cycles (or what I believe you refer to as waves) every second. So 2 cycles x 60 seconds = 120 cycles per minute. 120 cycles x 5 minutes = 600 cycles.

That's the unit of frequency ... "cycles per second", or simply "cycles".It has now been officially renamed the "Hertz".

1 hertz = 1 cycle per second 1 megahertz = 1000 cycles per second 1 gigahertz = 1000000000 cycles per second 1 terahertz = 1000000000000 cycles per second tera hertz is a radiation that can destroy human flesh

1000 ( one thousand) cycles per second. kilo - prefix meaning one thousand

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Frequency in Hertz is a count of cycles per second. So at 60Hz, there are 60 cycles per second. This means there are (60 cycles per second x 60 seconds) = 3600 cycles per minute.

One hertz is equal to one cycle per second. Hence, one kilohertz (kHz) is equal to 103 cycles per second, one megahertz (MHz) is 106 cycles per second, and one gigahertz (GHz) is 109 cycles per second.

The SI unit is the Hertz, which is 1/seconds, i.e., the reciprocal for seconds and can be understood as cycles per second. The reciprocal of any other time unit can be used as well, e.g. cycles per hour or cycles per century.

Yes, hertz is the unit of frequency and is equivalent to cycles per second. It measures the number of cycles or oscillations per second in a wave.

The frequency does not have to be a whole number. 3 cycles in two seconds is equivalent to 1.5 cycles per second so the frequency is 1.5 Hertz. That is not a whole number!

1GHz is equivalent to 1 billion cycles per second.

One hertz is one cycle per second... A megahertz is 1 million cycles per second

Yes, 1 gigahertz is 1 billion cycles per second

Giga means 1,000,000,000 cycles per second. Therefore 1/1000000000 seconds per cycle, or 0.000000001 seconds in a cycle.

yep, the more GHz u have the faster the processor GHz stands for gigaherz or the amount of processor cycles per second 1Hz is one cycle per second. 1KHz is 1000 cycles per second 1 MHz is 1000 kila cycles per second or 1,000,000 cycles per second 1 GHZ is 1000 mega cycles per second or 1000,000,000 cycles per second and so on....

Cycles per second = Hertz. In other words they are the same.

If 1Hz is equivalent to 1/s or 1 cycle/s, then 4MHz (megahertz) is equivalent to 4 million cycles/second.