The moon spins on itself and revolves in its orbit around the earth
in exactly the same length of time -- about 27.32 days. (rounded)
27.32 days for both motions
27.3 days in both cases - the two movements are synchronized.
To revolve around the Earth . . . 27.32 days To revolve around the Sun . . . . 365.25 days
27.32 earth days.
27.32 days, exactly the same time it takes the moon to revolve around the earth.
The same time it takes the Moon to revolve around Earth - about 27 1/2 days.
27.32 days ... exactly the same length of time it takes the moon to revolve once around the earth.
The moon takes the same time to revolve around the Earth and to rotate about its axis.That time is 27 days, 7 hours, 43.1 minutes.
For the earth to rotate on its own axis it takes 1 day and for it to revolve around the sun it takes a year
About 27.3 days.
the moon takes 27.32 days to go once around the earth, and precisely the same exact time to rotate once on it own axis.
Both of these periods are exactly equal ... about 27.32 days.
It takes the moon 27.322 days to revolve around the earth.
First off, you stated your question incorrectly. You could have stated it better in two ways: How long does it take the moon to revolve around us or How long does it take for the Moon to rotate on its axis. But they are both 27.3 Earth days to complete, and since they go at the same pace, that is why we always see the same side of the moon from Earth.
Don't be dumb.
The moon will rotate one time every 27 days, during that time it will also make one revoluton, That means that every time the moon goes around the earth it makes one complete spin, that's why it always looks the same to us.
The word is "revolve" or "orbit", not "rotate". It takes Eris 560 years to orbit the Sun once.