Calculate Engine Power (P) in kW given the values of Torque(M) in Nm and Engine Speed(n) in rpm
You forget to divide by 60
I think there is a 2 missing in one of the answers...they are not consistent...
@Dan- Yes, Thanks.
@Claudio - For specific formula, answers are consistent but correct final answer in both cases should be divided by 60 as Dan mentioned.
fomula's unit was wrong,and precision is harsh.why don't you guys use tolerence?
I believe the test cases give the power in Joules/minute, rather than the requested units of kW.
The test suite is generating wrong answers!!
Test suite answers need to be /60 and are in watts, not kW.
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