Twenty-four times of course !
60 mins in 1 hour
24, or 48 if u count when they overlap
Disregarding the second hand (for a few seconds), the hour and minute hands overlap (point in the same direction) 22 times in a 24 hour period. It happens once after every hour except the 12 o'clock hour. After 12 o'clock, the next occurance is after 1 o'clock. The fractions of a minute required for these overlaps do not always coincide with the number of seconds that the second hand would have to register in order for the second hand to 'join' the hour and minute hands. The only times that all three hands are perfectly overlapping (pointing in the same direction) is at 12 midnight and 12 noon. So the second minute and hour hands are in the exact same place only twice during every 24 hour period. The hour and minute hands join each other every 65.454545 minutes, or 32.727272 degrees. The minute hand advances 163.636363 degrees each time the hour and minute hands overlap.
The minute hand will cross over the hour hand once every hour. So in 12 hours, the answer is 12 times.
22 times. hour hand meets minute hand each hour. Example : they meet at about 1h6, 2h17,... ( it's not exactly). But the 11th hour, they don't meet any times. So in a round of hour hand, it meets minute hand only 11 times and 22 times in a day
3:00 or 9:00
It could be four times per day: 9 AM, 9 PM, 3 AM, and 3 PM. Note: The question as stated is false and would likely cause controversy if it was on an important exam. The question should be "If the minute hand is pointing to the twelve and the hour hand is perpendicular to the minute hand, what times could it be?"
eleven times If you start at 12:05, the minute hand passes the hour hand once between 1:00 and 2:00, once between 2:00 and 3:00, and so on through the 10:00 hour. After 10:54, the next time the minute hand passes the hour hand is 12:00.
1:30 Wrong. The "LITTLE" hand indicates the minute of the hour and the"BIG" hand indicates the hour of the day (or at least half day - AM/PM). The minute hand is the LITTLE hand because it represents the smaller unit of time when compared to an hour which is indicated by the BIG hand. Granted, the longer hand is longer than the shorter hand but it is was historically always thinner than the hour hand. Thinner = LITTLE And the hour hand was always shorter but fatter than the minute hand. Fatter = BIG The reason they were originally called "BIG" and "LITTLE" was based on the amount of time each represents. Hour is 60 times bigger than minute. Hour is BIG and minute is LITTLE. Hour hand is BIG HAND and minute hand is LITTLE HAND. End of story
The minute hand on a clock goes round 24 times in a day (once for each hour)
Eight times in a day the hands of a clock form straight angle. At first they form straight angle when the hour amd minute hand are on 3 and 9 in noon and night. Second, when the hour amd minute hand are on 9 and 3 in morning and night. Third when the hour amd minute hand are on 12 and 6 At last when the hour amd minute hand are on 6 and 12.
The short one Yes, the hour hand is traditionally shorter than the minute hand. However, the hour hand is known as the BIG hand because an hour is bigger than a minute. That means the minute hand is known as the LITTLE hand since a minute is LITTLE when compared to an hour. This is the historical explanation of the labels for the two hands, based on function an expressed in form by the hour hand having a broader, albeit shorter, design than the minute hand which is longer but narrower. Hour = bigger than minute = the BIG hand Minute = smaller than hour = the LITTLE hand
see you in an hour. Of course it takes more than an hour for the hour hand (the "BIG" hand) and the minute hand (the "LITTLE" hand) to line up but it does happen once each hour. Keep in mind, the hour hand is known as the BIG hand because an hour is bigger than a minute, which is indicated by the LITTLE hand.
44 times in one day. At first, it seems like 48 times would be the answer. Each time where the minute hand is before the hour hand, then after the hour hand. Starting at approx. 12:05 AM, 1:00 AM, approx 1:11 AM, approx 2:06 AM etc.But the hour and minute hand are moving relative to one another at a speed of 5.5Ã‚Â° per minute, because the minute hand moves at 6Ã‚Â° per minute (360Ã‚Â° / 60 minutes per full circle), while the hour hand moves 0.5Ã‚Â° per minute (360Ã‚Â° / 720 minutes per full circle). So it happens almost twice per hour. See the related link for more information.
The LITTLE hand is the minute hand. Little does not mean short, it means thin. The longer hand is the LITTLE hand. The BIG hand is the hour hand. Big does not mean long, it means fat, wider. The BIG hand is the hour hand because it denotes the larger unit of time measure. An hour is 60 times larger than a minute. So then, the LITTLE hand denotes the smaller unit of time, a minute. Somewhere along the way some not-too-bright primary school teacher didn't get it right and passed it along incorrectly and lots of people since then have totally missed the connection between BIG=HOUR and LITTLE=MINUTE.
Eleven (11) times, counting the one at Noon.
The long hand is called the minute hand, the shorter fat one is called the hour hand. Based on historical design the BIG hand is the hour hand because an hour is bigger than a minute. Function first, then form. Traditionally clocks had fatter hands for hour and thinner hands for minute, thus BIG is hour and LITTLE is minute. Yes the minute hand is usually longer than the hour hand but on most clocks the hour hand is larger not just shorter. Don't confuse long, big, little, and short.