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**Actions per Minute**- 1 Action per minute is equal to 1/60 Hertz. APM is commonly used to measure gaming performance. Period is the inverse of frequency. 1 APM = 1/60 Hz or approximately 0.0166666666666667 Hz.

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**Attohertz**- 1 Attohertz is exactly one quintillionth of a Hertz. 1 aHz = 1 x 10
^{-18}Hz. 1 aHz = 0.000000000000000001 Hz.

- 1 Attohertz is exactly one quintillionth of a Hertz. 1 aHz = 1 x 10
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**Centihertz**- 1 Centihertz is exactly one hundredth of a Hertz. 1 cHz = 1 x 10
^{-2}Hz. 1 cHz = 0.01 Hz.

- 1 Centihertz is exactly one hundredth of a Hertz. 1 cHz = 1 x 10
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**Cycles per Day**- A period of 1 day is equal to 1/86400 Hertz frequency. Period is the inverse of frequency: 1 Hz = 1/86400 cpd or approximately 0.000011574074074074 cpd.

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**Cycles per Hour**- A period of 1 hour is equal to 1/3600 Hertz frequency. Period is the inverse of frequency: 1 Hz = 1/3600 cph or approximately 0.000277777777777778 cph.

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**Cycles per Microsecond**- A period of 1 Microsecond is equal to 1 000 000 Hertz frequency. Period is the inverse of frequency: 1 Hz = 1 / 0.000 001 cpµs.

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**Cycles per Millisecond**- A period of 1 Millisecond is equal to 1 000 Hertz frequency. Period is the inverse of frequency: 1 Hz = 1 / 0.001 cpms.

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**Cycles per Minute**- A period of 1 minute is equal to 1/60 Hertz frequency. Period is the inverse of frequency: 1 Hz = 1/60 cps or approximately 0.0166666666666667 cps.

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**Cycles per Month**- A period of 1 full month is equal to 1/2592000 Hertz frequency. Period is the inverse of frequency: 1 Hz = 1/2592000 cpmo or approximately 0.000000385802469136 cpmo. Assuming a
*full month*of exactly 30 days.

- A period of 1 full month is equal to 1/2592000 Hertz frequency. Period is the inverse of frequency: 1 Hz = 1/2592000 cpmo or approximately 0.000000385802469136 cpmo. Assuming a
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**Cycles per Nanosecond**- A period of 1 Nanosecond is equal to 1 000 000 000 Hertz frequency. Period is the inverse of frequency: 1 Hz = 1 / 0.000 000 001 cpns.

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**Cycles per Second**- A period of 1 second is equal to 1 Hertz frequency. Period is the inverse of frequency: 1 Hz = 1 cps.

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**Cycles per Year**- A period of 1 civil year is equal to 1/31536000 Hertz frequency. Period is the inverse of frequency: 1 Hz = 1/31536000 cpy or approximately 0.000000031709791984 cpy. Assuming a
*civil year*of exactly 365 days.

- A period of 1 civil year is equal to 1/31536000 Hertz frequency. Period is the inverse of frequency: 1 Hz = 1/31536000 cpy or approximately 0.000000031709791984 cpy. Assuming a
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**Decahertz**- 1 Decahertz is exactly ten Hertz. 1 daHz = 1 x 10
^{1}Hz. 1 daHz = 10 Hz.

- 1 Decahertz is exactly ten Hertz. 1 daHz = 1 x 10
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**Decihertz**- 1 Decihertz is exactly one tenth of a Hertz. 1 dHz = 1 x 10
^{-1}Hz. 1 dHz = 0.1 Hz.

- 1 Decihertz is exactly one tenth of a Hertz. 1 dHz = 1 x 10
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**Degrees per Hour**- 1 Degree per hour is comparative to 0.000000771604938272 Hertz. Degrees per hour is a measure of angular frequency, it can be compared to Hertz or other angular units. Approximation of PI used. 1 deg/h is approximately 0.000000771604938272 Hz.

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**Degrees per Millisecond**- 1 Degree per millisecond is comparative to 2.77777777777778 Hertz. Degrees per millisecond is a measure of angular frequency, it can be compared to Hertz or other angular units. Approximation of PI used. 1 deg/ms is approximately 2.77777777777778 Hz.

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**Degrees per Minute**- 1 Degree per minute is comparative to 0.000046296296296296 Hertz. Degrees per minute is a measure of angular frequency, it can be compared to Hertz or other angular units. Approximation of PI used. 1 deg/m is approximately 0.000046296296296296 Hz.

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**Degrees per Second**- 1 Degree per second is comparative to 0.00277777777777778 Hertz. Degrees per second is a measure of angular frequency, it can be compared to Hertz or other angular units. Approximation of PI used. 1 deg/s is approximately 0.00277777777777778 Hz.

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**Exahertz**- 1 Exahertz is exactly one quintillion Hertz. 1 EHz = 1 x 10
^{18}Hz. 1 EHz = 1000000000000000000 Hz.

- 1 Exahertz is exactly one quintillion Hertz. 1 EHz = 1 x 10
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**Femtohertz**- 1 Femtohertz is exactly one quadrillionth of a Hertz. 1 fHz = 1 x 10
^{-15}Hz. 1 fHz = 0.000000000000001 Hz.

- 1 Femtohertz is exactly one quadrillionth of a Hertz. 1 fHz = 1 x 10
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**Frames per Second**- 1 Frame per second is equal to 1 Hertz. FPS is commonly used to measure gaming / graphic / video signal performance. Period is the inverse of frequency. 1 FPS = 1 Hz.

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**Fresnels**- 1 Fresnel is equal to 1 x 10
^{12}Hertz. Fresnel was used in the field of spectroscopy until superseded by the terahertz. 1 fresnel = 1000000000000 Hz = 1 THz.

- 1 Fresnel is equal to 1 x 10
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**Gigahertz**- 1 Gigahertz is exactly one billion Hertz. 1 GHz = 1 x 10
^{9}Hz. 1 GHz = 1000000000 Hz.

- 1 Gigahertz is exactly one billion Hertz. 1 GHz = 1 x 10
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**Hectohertz**- 1 Hectohertz is exactly one hundred Hertz. 1 hHz = 1 x 10
^{2}Hz. 1 hHz = 100 Hz.

- 1 Hectohertz is exactly one hundred Hertz. 1 hHz = 1 x 10
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**Hertz**- Hertz is the SI base unit of frequency defined as one cycle per second. The unit is named for Heinrich Rudolf Hertz.

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**Kilohertz**- 1 Kilohertz is exactly one thousand Hertz. 1 kHz = 1 x 10
^{3}Hz. 1 kHz = 1000 Hz.

- 1 Kilohertz is exactly one thousand Hertz. 1 kHz = 1 x 10
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**Megahertz**- 1 Megahertz is exactly one million Hertz. 1 MHz = 1 x 10
^{6}Hz. 1 MHz = 1000000 Hz.

- 1 Megahertz is exactly one million Hertz. 1 MHz = 1 x 10
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**Microhertz**- 1 Microhertz is exactly one millionth of a Hertz. 1 µHz = 1 x 10
^{-6}Hz. 1 µHz = 0.000001 Hz.

- 1 Microhertz is exactly one millionth of a Hertz. 1 µHz = 1 x 10
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**Millihertz**- 1 Millihertz is exactly one thousandth of a Hertz. 1 mHz = 1 x 10
^{-3}Hz. 1 mHz = 0.001 Hz.

- 1 Millihertz is exactly one thousandth of a Hertz. 1 mHz = 1 x 10
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**Nanohertz**- 1 Nanohertz is exactly one billionth of a Hertz. 1 yHz = 1 x 10
^{-9}Hz. 1 nHz = 0.000000001 Hz.

- 1 Nanohertz is exactly one billionth of a Hertz. 1 yHz = 1 x 10
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**Petahertz**- 1 Petahertz is exactly one quadrillion Hertz. 1 PHz = 1 x 10
^{15}Hz. 1 PHz = 1000000000000000 Hz.

- 1 Petahertz is exactly one quadrillion Hertz. 1 PHz = 1 x 10
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**Picohertz**- 1 Picohertz is exactly one trillionth of a Hertz. 1 pHz = 1 x 10
^{-12}Hz. 1 pHz = 0.000000000001 Hz.

- 1 Picohertz is exactly one trillionth of a Hertz. 1 pHz = 1 x 10
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**Radians per Hour**- 1 Radian per hour is comparative to 1/7200π Hertz. Radians per hour is a measure of angular frequency, it can be compared to Hertz or other angular units. Formula uses an approximation of PI. 1 rad/h is approximately 0.000044209706414415 Hz.

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**Radians per Millisecond**- 1 Radian per millisecond is comparative to 1000/2π Hertz. Radians per millisecond is a measure of angular frequency, comparable to Hertz or other angular units. Formula uses an approximation of PI. 1 rad/ms is approximately 159.154943091895 Hz.

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**Radians per Minute**- 1 Radian per minute is comparative to 1/120π Hertz. Radians per minute is a measure of angular frequency, it can be compared to Hertz or other angular units. Formula uses an approximation of PI. 1 rad/m is approximately 0.002652582384864920 Hz.

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**Radians per Second**- 1 Radian per second is comparative to 1/2π Hertz. Radians per second is a measure of angular frequency, it can be compared to Hertz or other angular units. Formula uses an approximation of PI. 1 rad/s is approximately 0.159154943091895000 Hz.

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**Revolutions per Minute**- 1 Revolution per minute is equal to 1/60 Hertz. RPM is commonly used to measure engine performance. Period is the inverse of frequency. 1 RPM = 1/60 Hz or approximately 0.0166666666666667 Hz.

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**Terahertz**- 1 Terahertz is exactly one trillion Hertz. 1 THz = 1 x 10
^{12}Hz. 1 THz = 1000000000000 Hz.

- 1 Terahertz is exactly one trillion Hertz. 1 THz = 1 x 10
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**Yoctohertz**- 1 Yoctohertz is exactly one septillionth of a Hertz. 1 yHz = 1 x 10
^{-24}Hz. 1 yHz = 0.000000000000000000000001 Hz.

- 1 Yoctohertz is exactly one septillionth of a Hertz. 1 yHz = 1 x 10
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**Yottahertz**- 1 Yottahertz is exactly one septillion Hertz. 1 YHz = 1 x 10
^{24}Hz. 1 YHz = 1000000000000000000000000 Hz.

- 1 Yottahertz is exactly one septillion Hertz. 1 YHz = 1 x 10
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**Zeptohertz**- 1 Zeptohertz is exactly one sextillionth of a Hertz. 1 zHz = 1 x 10
^{-21}Hz. 1 zHz = 0.000000000000000000001 Hz.

- 1 Zeptohertz is exactly one sextillionth of a Hertz. 1 zHz = 1 x 10
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**Zettahertz**- 1 Zettahertz is exactly one sextillion Hertz. 1 ZHz = 1 x 10
^{21}Hz. 1 ZHz = 1000000000000000000000 Hz.

- 1 Zettahertz is exactly one sextillion Hertz. 1 ZHz = 1 x 10