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**Answiki**on 05/04/2021 at 06:45:48 PM UTC# Why from rpm to rad/s you have to divide 60?

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**Answiki**on 05/04/2021 at 06:42:39 PM UTCThe formula to convert **revolutions per minute **(**radians per second** (

Since rpm is *revolution per *** minute** and rad/s is

*radians per*

**you have to divide by 60 to convert from**

*second*,**minutes to seconds**.

Question by

**Answiki**05/04/2021 at 06:45:48 PM
Why from rpm to rad/s you have to divide 60?

Answer by

**Answiki**on 05/04/2021 at 06:42:39 PMThe formula to convert **revolutions per minute **(**radians per second** (

Since rpm is *revolution per *** minute** and rad/s is

*radians per*

**you have to divide by 60 to convert from**

*second*,**minutes to seconds**.

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