24 right angles because in a hour it only does 1 right angle ,so in 24 hours there are going to be 24 right angles.
3 o' clock 6 o'clock 9 o' clock 12 o'clock
a broken clock is right at least twice a day
in a half day it occur or happens 22 times
The first clock is right twice per day. The other wont be right for years. (However, neither clock could be said to be 'efficient!'.)
2 times if the clock is a 12-hour clock, once if it is a 24-hour clock.
It's an old Chinese proverb found in many books of quotations.
A clock that gain 30 second every hour will gain how many minutes in a day?
It's Twenty Four times. Not 25 or 23 or 48. 24 Twenty four hours in a day right? If the clock circuits once an hour? 24
Assuming it is an analogue clock (one with hands) It will show the correct time twice a day.
At 3 and 9 or four times a day.
An analog clock is correct twice a day (AM and PM display the same times). A military clock (0000 to 2400 hours) is only correct once.
It's not 16 times! The answer is 44 times!
That would depend on what kind of clock, and how "broken" it is. For example, a broken LCD digital clock could have a bad power switch and might be entirely blank - so it would NEVER be 'right". There's an old saying that "a STOPPED clock is right twice a day" - which assumes that the clock is analog, and that the hands are stopped. It could be "broken" by being too fast or two slow, in which case it might be correct only a few times per month.
Twice, as if a broken clock is stuck on 12:00, it will be correct at 12am and 12pm
They will be at right angels, 14 times per week.
60*60*24 = 86,400