How do you calculate key strokes per minute?
Count the number of key strokes you make for say 5 or 10 minutes (the longer the better) some random page(s) from a newspaper or book and then divide it by the number of minutes
Kspm (key strokes per minute) vs. ksph (key strokes per hour) This is a measurement of speed with typing numbers out on a Ten Key number pad, also known as an adding machine. If you have kspm, then you have a number of key strokes you can hit per minute. Since there are 60 minutes per hour, you merely need to multiply the number you have by 60 to get your ksph. If you have…
Key strokes per minute is a far more accurate way of measuring the speed of someone typing. Words can be 1 to fifteen or more letters, that makes a difference. Examples:- "I" counts as one word and it counts as one keystroke. "contraindicated" would count as only one word, but it counts as fifteen keystrokes.
How to calculate per minute how long a 5200 liter water tank will take to half fill at a rate of 7 liters per minute?
The answer depends on the average number of letters in a word. In the English language, it is close to four and, in order to keep calculations simple, let us assume that it is four. That is equivalent to six key strokes (5 letters plus a space) per word. The answer also depends on the number of punctuation characters required and depends very highly on the style and context. However, ignoring these, 10500 keystrokes per…
If the crankshaft of a four stroke engine is rotating at 900 rpm how many power strokes occur each second?
Your 4 strokes are Intake, Compression, Power, and Exhaust. On the first revolution is Intake on the down stroke, then compression on the up stroke, the next revolution is power on the down stroke and exhaust on the up stroke, so 2 revolutions complete a full cycle. That would mean 450 power strokes occur per minute, divide that by 60 to get 7.5 power strokes per second
You can MEASURE feet per minute. This measure is called velocity. Velocity is how far something has traveled divided by the time it takes to cover that distance. If you already know the velocity in miles per hour, you can convert to feet per minute by multiplying miles per hour by the fraction 5280 / 60, since there are 5280 feet in a mile and 60 minutes in an hour.