Question #799

Why from rpm to rad/s you have to divide 60?

Answer

The formula to convert revolutions per minute () to radians per second ( ) is given by:





Since rpm is revolution per minute and rad/s is radians per second, you have to divide by 60 to convert from minutes to seconds.



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Question by Alphonsio 05/04/2021 at 06:45:48 PM
Why from rpm to rad/s you have to divide 60?
Answer by Alphonsio 05/04/2021 at 06:42:39 PM

The formula to convert revolutions per minute () to radians per second ( ) is given by:





Since rpm is revolution per minute and rad/s is radians per second, you have to divide by 60 to convert from minutes to seconds.



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