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# what are the formula's to convert (milliseconds) to hertz and to seconds?

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 what are the formula's to convert (milliseconds) to hertz and to seconds? I've tried researching it and still have had no luck. Please help I've been working on the PhysioEx 9.0 and have completed Exerise 3 Activities 1-9 but I didn't complete the conversions because I'm not sure how to get the formulas for the problems. The problems are converting (Milliseconds) to (hertz) in activity 6, and also (Milliseconds) to (Seconds) in activity 7. Thank You! Read 17832 times 1 Reply

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 Quote from: vickie Carter (12 years ago)I've tried researching it and still have had no luck. Please help I've been working on the PhysioEx 9.0 and have completed Exerise 3 Activities 1-9 but I didn't complete the conversions because I'm not sure how to get the formulas for the problems. The problems are converting (Milliseconds) to (hertz) in activity 6, and also (Milliseconds) to (Seconds) in activity 7. Thank You! to convert milliseconds to hertz..you should understand that both are units for time period measurements.divide  the value in milliseconds by 1000 to convert it in seconds.the resultant value so obtained if it is suppose "a"calculate value of 1/ayou will get your value in hertz.exampleconvert 2 milliseconds to hertz.divide 2 milliseconds by 1000 to get value in seconds which is 0.002=a1/a = 1/.002= 500 Hzlook the bold part. it will answer your second question.
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