# Neurone calculation watch

1. for Q1.) the answer is (60x60x1000) / 4

where does the 1000 come from?
2. (Original post by kiiten)

for Q1.) the answer is (60x60x1000) / 4

where does the 1000 come from?
It's just to convert from milliseconds to seconds as it says '4.5 ms'
It's just to convert from milliseconds to seconds as it says '4.5 ms'
Ohhh yeah, thanks
4. (Original post by kiiten)

for Q1.) the answer is (60x60x1000) / 4

where does the 1000 come from?
yh there's 60 minutes in an hour, 60 seconds in a minute and 1000 ms in a second, so the product is how many milliseconds in an hour and there is an action potential every 4 ms so you divide the total by 4 to find the number of action potentials in an hour

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