At exactly 1 o'clock, the hour hand will be at an angle of 30 degrees, and the minute and second hands will be at an angle of 0 degrees.
Technically 364.999 to the Nth degree, since the hands of a clock go in circles, you could view them barely touching as an obtuse angle.
190 degrees is bit more than a straight angle. If you look at a clock face with the minute hand at 312/3 minutes, then going from 12 o'clock to the minute hand makes an angle of 190 degrees.
44. 22 in each 12 hour cyccle.
Any time the hands are one minute apart, like 12:01
60 degree angle