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.
It rotates 25*360 = 9000 degrees.
44. 22 in each 12 hour cyccle.
4 times 6:00am, 6:00pm, 12:30am,12:30pm
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.
The hour hand goes straight up 2 times a day. The minute hand goes straight up 24 times a day. They both go straight up together at the same time 2 times a day.
Each minute on the clock is 1/60 of the 360 degree circle or 6 degrees. There are 20 minute lines between 12 and 4 therefore, 20 times 6 is 120 degrees.
The hands of the clock will form a straight line 12 times.
24 times. When the minute hand lines up with the hour hand that is 0 degrees. This happens every hour.
180 degrees. The hands are a straight line. Or, to be technical, you divide the clock face (360 degrees) by the number of minutes there are in half a day (clocks only record half a day: AM or PM), which is 360/12*60, so each minute is half a degree. There are 360 minutes between the twelve and the six on a clock. Half of 360 is 180. This only works for times ON THE HOUR, otherwise, the hour hand moves for every minute of time passing.
An infinite number of times.
22 times in a day.
An angle whose measure is two times 90 degrees is a 180 degree angle, which is also a straight angle.
60 times 24 = 1,440
At 3 and 9 or four times a day.