For every position that the hour hand CAN attain, there are TWO points where the minute hand will achieve a ninety degree angle from the hour hand.
It happens 44 times in the course of one full day, and it's reasonably easy to calculate. See linked question for details.
Technically, if you move the hands of the clock by hand, an infiinite number of right angles can be formed.
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44. 22 in each 12 hour cyccle.
Its happens every 65 minutes when clock hands are in a straight degree angle, which is 22 times a day.To be more precise, it happens every 65.4 minutes...and this, of course, can be even more precise, however it is a non-terminating decimal.
An infinite number of times.
22 times in a day.
44 times in 24 hours.(Considering the hour- and minute-hands only.)
22 times in every 12 hours.
you would get 140 dollars because a clock forms a 90 degree angle only 4 times a day and if you multiply 4 and 7 you would get 28 multiply by 5 and you get 140$
At nine o'clock and three o'clock
in a half day it occur or happens 22 times
2 o'clock, every 2 hours forms 60o
It rotates 25*360 = 9000 degrees.
It's not 16 times! The answer is 44 times!
4 times 6:00am, 6:00pm, 12:30am,12:30pm
The hands of the clock will form a straight line 12 times.