One cycle takes 1/60th of a second to complete.
An American power supply operates at 60 Cycles per second so one cycle is 1/60 of a second. A 60 Hz power system has a period of 1/60 = 0.016667 seconds/cycle.
1/60 th of a second or 0.01666667 second. 1hz or 1 Hertz means 1 complete cycle per second so 60hz means 60 complete cycles per second.
A cycle is one complete revolution of the sine wave. Hertz is the frequency of the alternating current, how many complete cycles per second. 60 Hertz would have 60 cycles each second.
One cycle of the sine wave is equal to 360 degrees. In US the frequency of power is typically 60 Hz and hence one cycle is 1/60 of a second. Therefore you can calculate the degrees at any instant of time. If at zero degrees the voltage amplitude is zero, then at 90 degrees,which is 1/4 cycle, wave is at peak voltage. At 180 degrees it is at 1/2 cycle and zero voltage and then at 270 degrees it is 3/4 of the cycle and a peak negative voltage. Finally at 360 degrees the cycle is complete and the voltage is again zero.
period is the time duration of one cycle of the waveform, and is measured in seconds/cycle. AC power at 50 Hz will have a period of 1/50 = 0.02 seconds/cycle. A 60 Hz power system has a period of 1/60 = 0.016667 seconds/cycle
1/6th of a cycle is 60 degrees or (pi/3) radians.
A unit of "time" invented by humans which is a measure equal to 1/60 of one "minute", which is equal to 1/60 of one "hour", which is equal to 1/24 of one complete "day". The list goes on..
Typically, as a full-time student, 60 credits would take approximately two academic years to complete.Typically, as a full-time student, 60 credits would take approximately two academic years to complete.Typically, as a full-time student, 60 credits would take approximately two academic years to complete.Typically, as a full-time student, 60 credits would take approximately two academic years to complete.Typically, as a full-time student, 60 credits would take approximately two academic years to complete.Typically, as a full-time student, 60 credits would take approximately two academic years to complete.
60 percent of the time they complete it everytime
Electricity, or AC (alternating current) runs in cycles. It has a positive and negative cycle. One cycle is also referred to as one hertz. In electronics a cycle is also known as a hertz. So when referring to 60 hertz, look at it as seeing one cycle 60 times in a second.
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.
It must cycle 3000 times in 8 hours. 8/3000 hr/cycle * 60 minutes/hr * 60 seconds/minute = 28800/3000 seconds/cycle = 9.6 seconds/cycle
One minute = 60 seconds one hour = 60 minutes one day = 24 hours This is the time system
With one beat of a person's heart is a complete cycle of the heart chamber squeezing and relaxing to pump blood. On average the heart at rest beats around 60 to 80 times per minute.
The earth rotates one degree in every 4minutes of time.(One degree is equal to 60 minutes of angle measure.)
60 credits is typically two years as a full-time student. For colleges and universities that operate on a regular two semester academic year, one credit means 16 hours of class contact time for the semester
This is called the duty cycle. A machine with a 60 o/o duty cycle can weld continuously for 6 minutes out of 10.
60 cycles = 60 hertz
The output frequency of the half-wave rectifier will be 60 Hz if the input is a 60 Hz sine wave.One cycle of the input will include the positive going and the negative going portions of the sine wave. The output will have either the positive going or negative going half of the input wave, and will have no output during the other half of the input sine wave when the diode is reverse biased. What that output will look like on an oscilloscope is half a wave and then a "flat spot" where there is no output (owing to the diode being reversed biased). Let's keep going.The frequency of a signal is the number of cycles of the signal per second. Further, we know that in a waveform, one cycle occurs when the wave goes through all of the changes it must go through to, shall we say, get back to where it started. In the half-wave output, the signal goes through half of the input wave, and then the voltage sits at zero. That means that one output cycle consists of that voltage excursion, and that period during which the diode is back biased. So the time for one complete cycle of the output is the same as the time for one complete cycle of the input. Thus, a 60 Hz input signal (that sine wave) will give us a half-wave rectified 60 Hz output signal.
Divide the time (in this case a minute...a minute equals sixty (60) seconds) by the heart rate (e.g. 80 beats). So---60 divided by 80 will give you 0.75 seconds. Your answer will justify the time/length of the cardiac cycle.
Having a 60 day menstrual cycle can be "your normal", assuming you mean the entire cycle, not just the menstrating portion. To be sure, you should consult you OB/GYN.
1/6 of one time
A minute is one of a unit in time. One minute equals 60 seconds. One minute is 1/60 of an hour. A second is also one of a unit in time. One second is 1/3600 of an hour.