It shows each of the 4-digit numbers just once in a 12 hour cycle.
If you were asking how many times each digit, 0-9, appears in a 12 hour cycle:
0 - 252 times
1 - 492 times
2 - 312 times
3 - 252 times
4 - 252 times
5 - 252 times
6 - 132 times
7 - 132 times
8 - 132 times
9 - 132 times
Assuming that times like 9:52 do not appear as 09:52.
A 24 hour clock displays digits whose sum total equals the number of led's used to display them 94 times a day. A 12 hour clock displays them 108 times a day.
That depends on what time it is, and whether the clock is plugged in.
How many palindromes are on a clock.
Nothing of any significance. It is either during the eleventh hour or elevem minites past the hour on a digital clock. On an analogue clock it is visible at all times.
The number 5 will appear 146 times in 24 hours.
There are 93 such events.
It means 1.5 Gigahertz. This refers to the number of times the CPU clock ticks per second. So in this case, 1.5 Gigahertz would mean that the clock would cycle 1,500,000,000 times per second.
Clock speeds are measured in hertz or cycles/second. It is the measure of the number of times a cycle of frequency occurs. It's most common notation is in Megahertz, MHz, or Gigahertz, GHz.
The numbers of a clock are always in sequential order
On an analog clock with a 12-hour face: 44 times. On a digital clock: zero. (No needles.)
i think its 17