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It is: 2 hours and 15 minutes = 2.25 hours as a decimal

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1 hour + 75 minutes = 2 hours 15 minutes... That's 2.25 hours as a decimal.

15 minutes (a quarter of an hour)In decimal .25 is one quarter. A quarter of an hour is 15 minutes. So in 3.25 hours, the .25 means 15 minutes.

0.25 hr

It is 75 minutes.

15 minutes is exactly 1/4 of an hour. 1/4 expressed as a decimal is 0.25

1 hour has 60 minutes so: 15/60 = 0.25

2.25 hours

0.25 of an hour

It is 495 minutes. A decimal representation does not imply a change in the measurement units. If this is required then you need to specify the units into which the quantity is to be converted.

3.25 hours

It is 255 minutes. A decimal representation does not imply a change in the measurement units. If this is required then you need to specify the units into which the quantity is to be converted.

5.25 hours

2.25 hours.

[45Â° 15'] = 45.25Â°

Three hours and 15 minutes can be written as 3.25 hours or 3 1/4 hours.

15% as a decimal is : .15

Earth location points are given in Degrees Longitude and Degrees Latitude Traditionally they are expressed in Degrees, minutes, seconds, 1 degree = 60 minutes 1 minute = 60 seconds > Conversion Example: 15 Degrees 25 minutes = 15 + 25/60 degrees = 15.4167 degrees (decimal) 15 degrees 25 minutes 10 seconds = 15 + 25/60 + 10/3600 degrees = 15.4194 degrees (decimal)

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The decimal of 15% is 0.15.

The division of latitude and longitude degrees into "minutes" (1/60 degree) and "seconds" (1/60 minute or 1/3600 degree) was a non-decimal attempt to further refine positions. The variations are expressed as minutes and seconds of arc on the Earth's 360° sphere. At the equator, one minute is approximately one nautical mile. The use of minutes and seconds has given way to decimal degrees, which are more easily compared and calculated. Example : 1° 15' of latitude can be expressed as 1.25 ° (decimal for 15/60).

1.75 Hours, because an hour is sixty minutes, each 15 min period counts as 1/4 of an hour, or 0.25 hours.

11:15 is 30 minutes before it. 12:15 is 30 minutes after it.

Expressed as a decimal, 15/100 is equal to 0.15.