Posted this on another topic but I figured it would work here too.
Ok so I did the math on how many revolutions need to be made in order to a Fidget Spinner to spin at 1000 mph. Here's the math:
So the average diameter of a fidget spinner is 2.5 inches so I need to figure out the circumference. So I need to multiply Pi into 2.5 inches.
π * 2.5 = 7.85 in.
Next there are 63360 inches in a mile. So I need to divide 7.85 into 63360.
63360/7.85 = 8071 RPH
Now that only for 1 miles, we need to multiply 8071 by 1000.
8071 * 1000 = 8071337 RPH
So it's 8071337 revolutions per hour. But in we divide that by 60 to convert it into minutes.
8071337/60 = 134522 RPM
It's now 134522 revolutions per minute. But we can go further. Divide by 60 again to convert it into seconds.
134522/60 = 2242 RPS
So it would be 2242 revolution per second which would probably break the laws of physics and destroy the universe.
If I did any mistakes is my math please correct me.