radians per minute to terahertz conversion

Conversion number between radians per minute [rad/min] and terahertz [THz] is 2.6525823848649 × 10-15. This means, that radians per minute is smaller unit than terahertz.

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eg.: 10.12345 or 1.123e5

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High precision conversion

If conversion between radians per minute to hertz and hertz to terahertz is exactly definied, high precision conversion from radians per minute to terahertz is enabled.

Since definition contain rounded number(s) too, there is no sense for high precision calculation, but if you want, you can enable it. Keep in mind, that converted number will be inaccurate due this rounding error!

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radians per minute to terahertz conversion chart

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radians per minuteterahertz
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102.6525823848649 × 10-14
205.3051647697298 × 10-14
307.9577471545948 × 10-14
401.061032953946 × 10-13
501.3262911924325 × 10-13
601.591549430919 × 10-13
701.8568076694054 × 10-13
802.1220659078919 × 10-13
902.3873241463784 × 10-13
1002.6525823848649 × 10-13
1102.9178406233514 × 10-13
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Convert Radians per minute to other unit:

radians per minute

Definition of radians per minute unit: = Hz/(2 × π × 60). Radian per minute is actually a unit of angular velocity, but since radian is dimensionless unit, rotations per minute can be calculated (the frequency).

Convert Terahertz to other unit:

terahertz

Definition of terahertz unit: = 1012 Hz. 1 THz is the number of cycles in 10-12 seconds. Used for high-speed events (they are no longer mechanical events, but electromagnetic).


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