20 hours because the fast clock technically gains 3 minutes every hour. An hour has 60 minutes, so if you divide that by 3 you get 20.
50 minutes per day.
If it is a 12 hour clock then on 9 pm on the Tuesday of the sixth week they will both be correct.
180 days is equivalent to 180 x 24 x 60 = 259200 minutes If the clock gains 25 seconds per minute then it will gain 25 x 259200 = 6480000 seconds. (This converts to 75 days)
Every Day the Earth gains more time. It is only about three minutes that are gained each day, after the winter solstice.
according to the given condition : 6am to 9 pm=15 hrs in one hour the clock gain 2 mins therefore, let the clock gain a mins in 15 hours 1hour=2min 15hours=amins a=15x2 =30 mins ans:the clock will gain 30 mins in 15 hours
Grans clock will say it isÊ9:10 PM when her watch says it is 7:20 PM. This is a fun math question to have kids complete.Ê
You may have to change the time on your clock for many reasons. The most common is probably daylight saving. Clocks may be a little fast or slow, eg. gains a second every 24 hours. Also some old-fashioned clocks may need to be winded regularly for the clock to work, and if you forget, it is taken for granted that you would like the correct time. Also, if, for example, your school bell times are important, you may change your clock to reflect the time of the bells.The only clock which doesn't need changing clock time is the atomic clock, because what it does is it measures some things in the air (octo-something) and it performs a complicated mathematical equation to figure out exactly what time it is.
The approximate acceleration of a body in freefall near the earths surface due to earths gravitational pull. The object in freefall gains 9.81 meters per second for every second that elapses (ignoring air resistance).
Depends on how many electrons it gains. For every electron it gains, the atom becomes more negative. One electron gives it a -1 charge, 2 a -2 charge and so on
The watch would gain 24 minutes in 3 days
I really don't know
On a running play resulting in a first down, the clock is stopped in NCAA football. The clock is restarted after the following occurs: Referee spots the ball. 10 yard chains are re-spotted Referee blows the whistle to indicate ready for play.
You screw the adjuster up making the weight higher on the pendulum this will make your clock faster----but only a couple of turns at a time then if it goes to fast screw it down a little you will have to see if your clock gains time over a 24hr period and make adjustments as needed.
The two clocks diverge by 5 minutes every day. They show the same time again once this divergence has reached 12 hours, which will take exactly 144 days. After exactly 144 days it is twelve noon on May 25th, and both clocks show 4.48. After a further 144 days it is midday on Oct 16th, and they both display 9.36.
The current Indiana State Capital Gains Tax is set at 3.8 percent . This tax must be paid by each and every Indiana state resident.
He gains 1000 points for every card in your hand
Yes, in fact food on virtually any major cruise line is available around the clock! The average cruise passenger gains 4 pounds in a week. Fortunately, the gym is also open around the clock, too!
The first object loses KE and the second gains KE.
Freedom of religion established in China, as well as other gains
For every dragon type monster on the field it gains 500 attack points
Assuming other forces, and mainly air resistance, can be ignored: about 9.8 meters per second squared. This means the same as 9.8 (meters/second) / second; so, every second, the velocity will change by 9.8 meters per second.
The weight of a Capuchin at 6 months is 200 and it is every month it weight gains 100