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Q: What is the measure of the angle formed by a clock when it is 7?

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150 degrees

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210 degrees

you would get 140 dollars because a clock forms a 90 degree angle only 4 times a day and if you multiply 4 and 7 you would get 28 multiply by 5 and you get 140$

If lines m and n are parallel, and 8 measures 110o, which is the measure of 7?

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it lands back at 7 again , a straight angle always lands it on the opposite number on the clock therefore when you turn it 1 straight angle it lands at 1 the if you do it again it goes back to 7

150 degrees

An exterior angle is 360/7 = 51.4286 degrees. So interior angle is 180 - exterior angle = 128.57 degrees (approx).

Depending on where you're measuring, it's either 210 or 150 degrees.

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By the looks of it, x + 7 is a vector of degree one polynomials. An angle are between vectors, not only one. Hence there is no angle. You might as well say 0 since that's the angle with itself.

Angle between the hands of a clock=|11M-60H|/2i.e. M-Minutes=35(here)H- Hours=7(here)∴ The angle b/w hands of a clock=|11*35-60*7|/2=17.5°

At 7 o'clock the hands on an analogue clock make a 210 degree angle - going from 12, clockwise, to 7.

Measuring from the minute hand (at 12) and going clockwise, it would be 210 degrees.

Imagine a standard wall clock. 2:00 is an acute angle, 3:00 is a right angle, 4:00 is an obtuse angle, 6:00 is a straight angle, 7:00 is a reflex angle: greater than 180 degrees.

11 Two right angles are formed during each hourly period 4-5, 5-6, 6-7, 7-8, 8-9. However, when the clock reaches 9pm, this coincides with the second 90° between the hours of 8-9. The clock has then to reach approximately 9.34pm for the only occasion when the hands will be at 90° in the hour 9-10.

At 6.30 minute hand will be at 6 and hour hand will be at center of 6 and 7. Thus angle will be 360/(12*2) = 150

In a clock with 12 hour readings, at 6:30 am the minute hand would be directly on 6 and the hour hand would be mid way between 6 and 7. Between any two markings on this clock the angle is 360/12 = 30 degrees. Since minute hand is precisely on 6 and hour hand is exactly half way between 6 and 7, the angle between them at 6:30 am is 30/2 = 15 degrees

it will land on the 10 of corse ;)

It is 900/7 = 128.57 degrees (approx).

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