Q: 500 sec is how many min?

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1 min = 60 sec 30 min = 1800 sec

1 min = 60 sec Hence 1 sec = 1/60 min

1 min = 60 sec 6 min = 6 x 60 = 360 sec

(30000/min)(1min/60sec)=(500/sec)=500 Hertz

1 month = 50,400 min, 3,024,000 sec

300 sec

60 sec = 1 min 75.5 sec = 75.5/60 min = about 1.258 min

5 min (60 sec/ 1 min) = 300 sec

(7 min) x (60 sec/min) = 420 sec

32 min 9 sec 40 min 10 sec adding gives... 71 min 19 sec 1 hr 11 min 19 sec. ■

There are 60 min in a Sec. SO ... (127 min)/60 = 2 min 7 sec.

(500 yr) x (365.24 day/yr) x (24 hr/da) x (60 min/hr) x (60 sec/min) = 15,778,368,000 seconds(rounded)

327 seconds.

2,700 seconds are in 45 min.

19.2m/min calculation 60 sec/1 min * 32 cm/sec * 1 m/100cm

There are 60 seconds in a minute, so multiply by 60. 5 min X 60 sec/min = 300 sec.

1/60

2100 of them.

two

1680

2 hour = 3600 sec 5 min = 300 sec total sec in 2hr&5min= 3900

1 minute = 60 seconds so 30 min = 30*60 = 1800 sec.

1 min 40 sec or 100 sec.

main() { int sec=00,min=00,hr=00; printf("Enter time in seconds"); scanf("%d",&sec); if (sec<60) printf("%d :%d : %d",hr,min,sec); else if(sec>=60) min=int(sec/60); sec=int(sec%60); printf("%d: %d : %d",hr,min,sec); else if (sec>=3600) min=int(sec/60); sec=int(sec/60) hr=int(min/60); printf("%d : %d : %d",hr,sec,min); }

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