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(3,000/minute) x (minute/60 seconds) = 50/second

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It makes: 3000/60 = 50 per second

Q: How many revolutions does the crankshaft make per second at 3000 rpm?

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1 per minute.

9.55 revolutions

That would depend upon the size of the tire. My car has tires that are about 221/4" in diameter which means they have circumference: circumference = π x diameter ≈69.9" which is the distance travelled in one complete revolution of the tire. 1 mile = 63360 in ⇒ revolutions = 1 mile ÷ circumference_of_tire ≈ 63360 in ÷ 69.9 in ≈ 906.43 revolutions per mile My bicycle has tires that are about 271/2" in diameter meaning the number of revolutions is: revolutions ≈ 63360 in ÷ (π x 271/2 in) ≈ 733.39 revolutions per mile

£30.00 is the answer

300 hundred -- tens make 300.

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3000/60 or 50 revs per sec.

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The crankshaft makes two complete revolutions to complete one thermodynamic cycle. The crankshaft rotates 180 degrees during each stroke of the engine. Hence a total of two revolutions occur after completion of the four strokes. Chechout "www.howstuffworks.com " to see how crankshaft works.

The crankshaft does 2 full turns to make 1 cycle in a 4 cycle engine so, 4 is the answer.

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1 per minute.

In a dual overhead cam type of engine (or any other known today), camshafts will make 2 turns for every 1 turn of crankshaft. (Rotary engines are different)

he admire the revolutions because the revolutions make him to have a dreamed to gain independent for his country...(maybe)

9.55 revolutions

Mars makes about 687 Earth days in one Mars year. This is equivalent to about 1.88 Mars revolutions in one Mars year.

It is simply: 3000/1 as an improper fraction

Gear (A) has 15 teeth , Gear (B) has 10 teeth. Gear (A) makes 14 revolutions . How many revolutions will Gear (B) make?