At 12:25, the hands of a clock make two angles, one of 137.5 degrees (an obtuse angle) and the other of 222.5 degrees.
The hands form a right angle. At 3 o'clock, the minute hand points straight up, and the hour hand points straight to the right.
Every minute on a clock is 6 degrees, making every five minutes where the numbers are 30 degrees. In theory, hands on the 1 and 6 would would show an angle of 150 degrees. In actuality, the hour hand moves halfway between the 1 and 2 by 1:30 making the angle 135 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$
Measuring from the minute hand (at 12) and going clockwise, it would be 210 degrees.
Assuming you mean the angle of the hands of a clock set at 11. the smaller angle would be 30 degrees, and the larger would be 330 degrees.
Every minute on a round clock is six degrees. Putting the hands on 12 and 3 (15 minutes) would be a 90 degree angle.
The answer is 30 degrees because a circle has 360 degrees and if you divide that by 12: 360:12=30 so your answers is 30 degrees
Assuming the hour hand moves steadily for the entirety of the hour, the angle formed by the hour and minute hand would be 55 degrees.
get yourself a cartesian circle, or just look at one online and translate it from there 3,6,9, and 12 would all be 90 deg increments.
It would be an acute angle. The angle would be at 88 degrees.