There are 360 degrees on the clock face that the minute hand travels in one hour which is 6 x 10 minutes. So the degrees turned by the minute hand in 10 minutes is 360/6 = 60
Since a clock hand turns 360 degrees in 60 minutes, it will move 30 degrees in 5 minutes and 120 degrees in 20 minutes.
It is: 180 degrees
Which hand? The minute hand moves 360 degrees in 60 minutes which is 6 degrees per minute. So in 37 minutes it moves 37*6 = 222 degrees.
In fifteen minutes the minute hand of a clock will move 90 degrees, or three hour labels.
The hour hand on a clock will move 30 degrees every hour. (This assumes a "regular" clock and not a 24-hour clock.) The hour hand of a clock will move 360 degrees in 12 hours. That means it will move 360/12 degrees in one hour. That's 30 degrees in an hour. There are 60 minutes in an hour, so the hour hand will move 30/60 degrees in a minute. That's 0.5 degrees in a minute.
Each minute on a clock is 6 degrees. Put one of the hands on 12 and the other hand 17 minutes away.
The minute hand moves 360 degrees in one hour = in 60 minutes = 6 degrees per minute.(50/60) x 360 = 300 degrees
The minute hand of a clock turns about 360 degrees each hour.
12 minutes is 1/5th of an hour. The minute hand sweeps 360 degrees - a full circle - in one hour. So the angle formed by the start and stop of a 12-minute sweep of the minute hand would be 1/5th of 360 degrees or 72 degrees.
On a normal 12-hour clock, the minute hand moves thru 360° in 1 hour, 360° in 60 minutes, or 6° every minute. 6° x 45 = 270°
450 degrees - equivalently 90 degrees as 360 is the starting position, the same as 0.
Well, the minute hand traverses 360 degrees in 1 hour.Or 360 degrees/60 minutes = 6 degrees per minute.So 12 minutes = 6 x 12=72 degrees in 12 minutes.[Remember 15 minutes = 90 degrees.]
If we simply imagine the minute hand is on the 6, and the hour hand is on the two, there will be a total of 120 degrees between the minute and the hour hand, 1/3 of the clock is covered between the two hands. However, it is not that simple. Because 30 minutes has travelled, the hour hand will be half way between the 2 and the 3. We know that every hour, the hour hand moves 30 degrees (360 / 12 hours = 30). Therefore, in 30 minutes, it will have travelled 15 degrees. Which means the hour hand is 15 degrees closer to the minute hand. Therefore, the actual angle between the minute and hour hand is actually 105 degrees.
In 60 minutes, the minute hand completely circumnavigates the face of the clock,and returns to where it was 60 minutes earlier. That's a travel of 360 degrees.
The minute hand moves 6 degrees in one minute. Math: In 60 minutes the hand moves completely around the clock which is 360 degrees. So you take 360° divided by 60 in order to get 6° it moves in 1 minute.
The minute hand passes through 360 degrees in an hour and 6 degrees in a minute
60 minutes = 1 rotation = 360 degrees So 12 minutes = 360*12/60 = 72 degrees.