3 cycles / 12 seconds = 0.25 cycles / second, or 0.25 Hz.3 cycles / 12 seconds = 0.25 cycles / second, or 0.25 Hz.3 cycles / 12 seconds = 0.25 cycles / second, or 0.25 Hz.3 cycles / 12 seconds = 0.25 cycles / second, or 0.25 Hz.
Frequency = number of cycles per second (Hertz, Hz) so Frequency = 4 cycles in 3 seconds = 4/3 Hz or 1.333 Hz
It cycles coolant through the engine. Heat from the engine is transferred to the coolant through a heat exchange. The heated coolant then cycles through the system to the radiator, where heat from the coolant undergoes another heat exchange, transferring heat from the coolant to the air which passes through the radiator. Heat will also transfer from the motor to the air forced over the motor by the engine fan.
50. Hertz is the same as cycles per second.
The SI unit is the Hertz, which is 1/seconds, i.e., the reciprocal for seconds and can be understood as cycles per second. The reciprocal of any other time unit can be used as well, e.g. cycles per hour or cycles per century.
There is one second in 60 cycles. So 5 cycles is equal to about 0.012 seconds or 12 milliseconds.AnswerThe periodic time is the reciprocal of frequency. So the answer to your question is 1/60 s or 16.67 ms.
(8 seconds) / (5 periods) = 1.6 seconds per period
every 10 seconds
There are 8 x 60 seconds in 8 minutes = 480 seconds, so the answer is 40 divided by 480 = 0.08333 Hertz (0.08333 cycles per second).
125 cycles per second or 125 Hz. A wave that has a period of 0.008 seconds has a period of 0.008 seconds per cycle. If you have 0.008 seconds per cycle, you have one cycle per 0.008 seconds. And one cycle per 8/1000 seconds is 1 x 1000 / 8 cycles per second, which is 125 cycles per second. As regards waves, frequency and period are reciprocals. By definition, 1/frequency equals period, and 1/period equals frequency.
The frequency does not have to be a whole number. 3 cycles in two seconds is equivalent to 1.5 cycles per second so the frequency is 1.5 Hertz. That is not a whole number!
It cycles coolant through the motor's cooling system, thus regulating engine temperature.
Frequency in Hertz is a count of cycles per second. So at 60Hz, there are 60 cycles per second. This means there are (60 cycles per second x 60 seconds) = 3600 cycles per minute.
When the engine heats up to a certain temperature, the thermostat opens up and lets the coolant flow through the engine. Heat from the engine is absorbed by the coolant, which then cycles back to the radiator. Heat from the coolant is exchanged to the air which flows through the radiator fins, thus causing the coolant to rapidly cool down.
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).
its the 30 psi its has to be 20 psi
Hz = cycles/second. Therefore, at 2Hz, you're generating two complete cycles (or what I believe you refer to as waves) every second. So 2 cycles x 60 seconds = 120 cycles per minute. 120 cycles x 5 minutes = 600 cycles.
Fridge timer probably needs to be replaced!
40 cycles for two minutes 1 breath every 3 seconds interval
Giga means 1,000,000,000 cycles per second. Therefore 1/1000000000 seconds per cycle, or 0.000000001 seconds in a cycle.
Cycles refrigerant through the system and changes the state of the refrigerant from a low pressure vapor to a high pressure vapor.
A CPR cycle is 30 compressions and 2 breaths, to be performed in 24 seconds.
The refrigerant level is low.
Each cycle should take 24 seconds. 2 minutes is 120 seconds. 120/24 = 5. So, you should perform 5 cycles 30 compressions / 2 breaths in 2 minutes.