144 degrees. Each minute mark around the clock face is 6 degrees.
At 10 o'clock the hands of the clock are at an angle of 60Â°
There are 30 degrees between the hands at 2 o'clock. Bear in mind that a clock face is a circle of 360 degrees. At 3 o'clock the hands form a right-angle, which is 90 degrees. (90 / 3 = 30 degrees.
It will form a 300 degrees reflex angle
90 degree angle
On a military (24-hr) clock, 15 degrees. On a normal, everyday (12-hr) clock, 30 degrees.
There are 360 degrees from 12 to 12 , so every hour is 360/12 = 30 degrees. From 12 to 8 there is 30 x 8 = 240 degrees
90 degrees. At this time the small hand will be at the 9 with a bearing of 270 and the large will be at the 12 with a bearing of 0. The difference between these is 270 degress or 90 degrees but as 90 degrees is smaller that is the one we use.
Assuming you mean the angle of the hands of a clock set at 11. the smaller angle would be 30 degrees, and the larger would be 330 degrees.
if the clock on has 2 hands : hands would change 1440 timesif you use the second hand; it would move a total of 44640 times
None, two, or three.
a right angle is 90 degrees so it would form twice between one and two oclock... once at 1:15 and once at 1:45.