revolutions per minute to gigahertz conversion

Conversion number between revolutions per minute [rpm] and gigahertz [GHz] is 1.6666666666667 × 10-11. This means, that revolutions per minute is smaller unit than gigahertz.

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from gigahertz to revolutions per minute conversion


Enter the number in revolutions per minute:

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[rpm]
eg.: 10.12345 or 1.123e5

Result in gigahertz

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High precision conversion

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

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revolutions per minute
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revolutions per minute to gigahertz conversion chart

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revolutions per minutegigahertz
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101.6666666666667 × 10-10
203.3333333333333 × 10-10
305.0 × 10-10
406.6666666666667 × 10-10
508.3333333333334 × 10-10
601.0 × 10-9
701.1666666666667 × 10-9
801.3333333333333 × 10-9
901.5 × 10-9
1001.6666666666667 × 10-9
1101.8333333333333 × 10-9
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Convert Revolutions per minute to other unit:

revolutions per minute

Definition of revolutions per minute unit: = Hz/60. The number of cycles that occurred in one minute. Cycle may be periodically repeating event. Symbol is rpm (revolutions per minute), it is the sixtieth part of Hertz.

Convert Gigahertz to other unit:

gigahertz

Definition of gigahertz unit: = 109 Hz. Billion Hertz. How many cycles happen in one billionth of a second. Cycle per 10 -9 sec. Example: Computer processor cycles (clock rate) are measured in GHz.


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