On an analog clock it would be 30 degrees. Each hour is going to be 30 degrees. So at 2 it would be 60 degrees.
Forty five degrees.
I thank that antalog time is the time on a analog clock, It makes since analog time on a analog clock.
An analog clock is a clock with numbers in a circle and a minute and hour hand to tell the time.
6 degrees. There are 360 degrees in a full circle, and therefore for every second the hand moves through one sixtieth of a circle.
Since an analog clock covers 360 degrees in a full hour, it covers 180 in half an hour because 180 - 0.5*360.
In the unique situation where an 'analog' clock is involved, whether runningor stopped, it turns out that the angle in question is precisely 120 degrees.
6:02 on an analog clock is 168 degrees. 170 is between 6:01 and 6:02, closer to 6:02.
Think of the old fashioned analog clock at 1 o'clock. Now think of the angle between the hour hand and the minute hand. Not the little angle but the one that goes all the way from 1 through 6 to 12. That angle is 330 degrees.
An analog clock.
The Sangean Silver Atomic clock features both analog and digital displays.
All the way around the dial would be 360- from 3 to 9 is half that.
The clock time of analog to digital converters depends on the design of the converter, which depends on the performance expectations for the system.
It moves through 360 degrees
"Tick-tock" is the general English onomatopoeia for the sound made by an analog clock.
The minute hand passes through 360 degrees in an hour and 6 degrees in a minute