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MHz to s^-1
by iHateWebassign on 03/11/05 at 16:01:22

I am trying to do a homework problem. Can MHz be converted to s^-1?  (it's for a frequency)

thanks


Re: MHz to s^-1
by Robert Fogt on 03/12/05 at 05:24:05

Well, as s[sup]-1[/sup] is just another way of writing 1/s which is 1/second, which is the exact same thing as a hertz.

A megahertz is 1000/second, and to convert megahertz to hertz you multiply by 1000.


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