60 minutes per hour.
Each day is technically only 23 hours and 59 minutes, So if you do the math each hour consists of a little less than 60 minutes, but the number is only off by a very small amount that there is no reason why we cannot just round the number to an even 60 minutes. But this is why every four years we have a leap year, adding February 29th to the calendar; all the minutes from each day from the previous four years add up to make a whole extra day.
60 minutes are in an hour.
An hour is sixty minutes. A quarter hour is fifteen minutes.
60 minutes in an hour
There are 60 minutes in an hour.
There are sixty (60) minutes in a hour.
There are 60 minutes in one hour.
60 Minutes in one hour !
15 minutes to the hour.
There are 15 minutes in a quarter of an hour
60 minutes in one hour. 30 minutes in half an hour.
24.62 minutes = 0.41 hour 24.62 minutes is about 41% of an hour, so about two fifths of an hour.
There are 60 minutes in an hour. Therefore, there would be 1 hour and 40 minutes in 100 minutes.
It is: 15 minutes past the hour
30 Minutes = Half An Hour 60 Minutes = 1 Hour 90 Minutes = 1 Hour & A Half
68 minutes is 1 hour 8 minutes.
There are 30 minutes in half an hour and 15 minutes in a quarter of an hour
0.70 of an hour is 42 minutes.
There are 15 minutes in a quarter hour.
Ninety minutes are in an hour and a half
1 hour = 60 minutes.
60 minutes in an hour.
0.75 of an hour is 3/4 of an hour or 45 minutes.