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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.

20 miles/hour * 5280 feet/mile * 0.016666 hour/minute * 0.016666 minute/second = 29.33333 feet per second. Hooray for 5th grade math skills!

A minute is one of a unit in time. One minute equals 60 seconds. One minute is 1/60 of an hour. A second is also one of a unit in time. One second is 1/3600 of an hour.

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The minute hand of any analog clock moves 1 revolution per hour. (60 minutes to an hour) The second hand makes 60 revolutions an hour. (Each tick represents one second, one revolution per minute, equals 60 revolutions an hour.)

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Well it depends on what hour, minute and second it is. So nobody can really answer that unless you do it like: right now it is 6:54. The hour is: 6. The minute is: 4. The second is: 1. So it is: 6:54.1

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First convert to feet per hour. Since there are 5,280 feet in a mile, 35 x 5280 = 184,800 ft per hour. Next figure feet per minute. Since there are 60 minutes in an hour, 184,800/60 = 3,080 ft per minute. Now figure feet per second by dividing by 60 since there are 60 second in a minute. 3,080/60 = 51.3333333 ft per second. That can be converted to 51⅓. One third of a foot is 4". Therefore 35 mph = 51'4" per second.

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