To be very technical, it depends on what the 'm' means in the question. If the frequency in the question is 5 mHz = 5 mega-Hertz then mega = million, 5 mega = 5 million so 5 mega Hertz = 5 million Hertz. 5 mHz = 5 million cycles per second But a small 'm' often means 'milli'. That's probably not what you meant, but if it is, then 5 mHz = 5 milli Hertz = 0.005 Hz That would mean 0.005 of a cycle per second, or 200 seconds to finish one whole cycle.
Answer: 1000 Megahertz or 1 Gigahertz. Seconds are one of many ways to measure time intervals; Frequency is the repetition of (other) intervals per unit time. As Frequency is the reciprocal of Time, so Hertz is the Reciprocal of Seconds. t = 1 / f, f = 1 / t, Hertz = 1 / Seconds, Seconds = 1 / Hertz A period of 1 nanosecond, 1 / 1,000,000,000 second, corresponds to a frequency of 1,000,000,000 Hertz.
Yes. 1 Hertz (Hz.) = 1 cycle per second Units are 1/seconds = sec^-1
Hertz is a unit of measuring frequency. It is 'cycles per second' or just second^-1 or 1/seconds. It is not the same as seconds (a measure of time or elapsed time).
50. Hertz is the same as cycles per second.
mHz means milli hertz, MHz means mega hertz. Hertz is a measure of frequency, or cycles per second. milli hertz is how many cycles per millisecond or 0.001 seconds.
a Milli-second = 1/1000 of a second. There are 1000 milli-seconds in 1 second, and86,400,000 ms = 24Hrs604,800,000 = 7 days.
Three minutes means 180 seconds. Each second has 1000 milli seconds. Hence, three minutes have 180000 milli seconds.