minute. Minute is part of and hour. Second is part of a minute.
A minute is 1/60 of an hour
An hour is longer than a minute, by a factor of 60.
A minute contains 1/60th of an hour.
One minute is 1/60 of an hour
There are 60 minutes in 1 hour. 89 minus 60 is 29. So 89 minutes in the next hour is the 29th minute. In total, 89 minutes is 1 hour and 29 minutes, or 1 minute less than an hour and a half.
$90/hour =$1.5/minute. 90 cents/hour = 1.5 cents/minute = 1/40 dollars/hour.
(42 drop/minute) x (60 minute/hour) = 2,520 drop/hour
There are about 60 in a minute
Flip both hour glasses at the same time. When the 7 minute one is finished, you should have four minutes left on the 11 minute hour glass and one finished 7 minute hour glass. You have now been boiling for seven minutes. Then, immediately flip the 7 minute hour glass over again, but leave the 11 minute hour glass the way that it was. It will continue to count down for the last 4 minutes. You now have been boiling for 11 minutes, have one finished 11 minute hour glass and 3 minutes remaining in the 7 minute hour glass. As soon as the 11 minute hour glass finishes, flip the 7 minute hour glass back over, even though it has not finished draining, because there is now 4 minutes on the other side of the 7 minute hour glass. Once that hour glass finishes draining, it will have been 15 minutes.
105km per hour is 1.75km per minute.
A minute is one sixtieth (1/60) of an hour.
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
It takes the minute hand one hour to do this, and it takes the hour hand twelve hours to do it.
Divide the dollar per hour by 60, that will give you how much they make per minute. If someone makes $10 an hour, they make about 17 cents a minute (actually .16666 repeating) If someone makes a lot more lets say $250 an hour they make about $4.17 a minute. So it doesn't always have to be cents per minute.
microliters/minute divided by 1000 microliters/milliliter times 60 minutes/hour microliters/minute = 60/1000 milliliters/hour
At the end - after the 59th minute.
There is no such unit as a 'watt per minute' or a 'kilowatt per hour'.
There are 1 60th of an hour in 1 minute, as there are 60 minutes in 1 hour.
What is the function of separator
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.
No. An hour is 3,600 seconds.
there are 60 minutes in an hour