16 wave crests in 8 seconds is the same as 2 per second. 2 is the frequency - 2 Hertz, to be precise.16 wave crests in 8 seconds is the same as 2 per second. 2 is the frequency - 2 Hertz, to be precise.16 wave crests in 8 seconds is the same as 2 per second. 2 is the frequency - 2 Hertz, to be precise.16 wave crests in 8 seconds is the same as 2 per second. 2 is the frequency - 2 Hertz, to be precise.
20 waves per minute. (or 1 every 3 seconds)
i think diahatsuu migit or that werd piagio wan thingy winghy (just kidding, I can spell correctly (midget not migit) and I definitely don't think either of those is best, probably the typical van that started it all, the van that started the commercial vehicle boom, the ford transit :) IMPORTANT NOTICE: this notice is a notice which you should not read as this notice is a pointless notice which you have just wasted 20 seconds of your life reading this notice of this pointless notice. this notice will now self destruct in 22.3337633 seconds precisely. Thank u :)
Get another boyfriend, and "be over him"
The term is 'Seconds'. If you watch a boxing match you will notice that an announcemnt is made when ever the 1-minute break between rounds is about to over. The announcement is 'seconds out of the ring' or simply 'seconds out'
Frequency is measured by hertz, or Hz. 1 Hz is a frequency of one cycle per second, and as such a frequency of 60 flashes per second would yield 60 Hz.
# notice # recognize # discover #
Placard , notice , poster or sign .
About 8 minutes 20 seconds.
It depends. If you lived for 229 years, that would be a lot but if it was 229 seconds, you would hardly notice.
The verb: The girl sighed and said, "If only he would notice me''. Then she whined. The noun: In the office, another notice was pinned up about the upcoming holiday party.
The minutemen! They would leave anything and would get ready to fight in a minute at minute's notice. The would form a militia, or volunteer army, to fight against what was a usually another country. Hope this helps!
The lookouts only spotted the berg with less than forty seconds till impact.
There are 12 inches in a foot and 60 seconds in an inch:(5 minutes / 1 foot) * (60 seconds / 1 minute) * (1 foot / 12 inches) = 25 seconds per inch(Notice that the minute and foot units cancel out leaving seconds per inch.)
Not really. Frequency in is frequency out, unless there is some conversion circuit in between, such as a motor-generator set or some kind of inverter. You may (and should) notice, however, that a typical welding transformer is rectifying three phase AC to DC, using a full wave rectifier. This results in a pulsating DC voltage where the ripple frequency is 360hz.
The lightning strike is one mile away. Sound travels one mile through the air in about five seconds.
Imagine this... Take a smooth pond of water. Take a small pebble and toss it into the pond. Take notice of the ripples created, both the frequency and amplitude. Now take a larger rock and toss it into the smooth pond. Take notice of the ripples it creates. The same frequency with a larger amplitude. The stronger source created larger amplitude waves. This is how two waves can have the same frequency but different amplitudes - a stronger source power.
The term lookout notice is another word for a warrant. A warrant is a writ issued by the judge to have a person arrested for a crime or failure to appear in court.
I believe it would take 8 minutes and 19 seconds.
Assuming the speed of the waves remains constant, if the number of waves per second increases, the distance between the crests must decrease.
If you notice any changes,then in a very straight manner ask her if she is interested in another guy .
Yes ,that how new breeds of snakes are coming to notice.
They probably don't even notice.Another ViewActually I do notice and have found that it is easier to please a woman with a large clitoris.
I've heard that you need four weeks to see changes in your body, and another four weeks before others notice.
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