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Q: Where will the hour hand of a clock stops if it starts from 7 and turns through 2 straight angles?

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Four right angles on a standard clock... I believe

You can draw a straight line in a clock when the hour hand, and the minute hand, are facing the opposite direction to each other. For an example 6:00,2:45,etc

Obtuse & Acute........I think?!?!

It starts with pen

9

3\4

look at an analog clock and whatever time it is you can determine if it is a right angle, acute, obtuse, or straight. look at the borders of doors or the ceiling

it will land on the 10 of corse ;)

three quarters

The hands on a clock!

8

half of a clock

The hands of the clock will form a straight line 12 times.

3 o' clock 6 o'clock 9 o' clock 12 o'clock

0600

Clock wise is the same way that the hands on a clock move ie looking straight at it a movement to the right.

The clock starts when the Ball is ready for play.

if you know the answer put it below if you think it is correct

44

The angle between the two hands of the clock at half past two is 105 degrees.

Itis (2n+ 1)/2 where n is an integer.

The crack is straight across the face of the clock from "9" to "3"

I found this out through trial and error. Hold the "clock" button down until it starts blinking. Use the "Tune Seek Track" button up for hours, down for minutes to set the clock. Hit the "clock" button again to save the setting.

1 Angles are measured in degrees, minutes and seconds 2 Angles are measured with a protractor 3 Angles can be bisected with a compass and a straight edge 4 Angles are divided into 4 categories 5 Angles greater than 0 but less than 90 degrees are acute 6 Angles of 90 degrees are right angles 7 Angles greater than 90 but less than 180 degrees are obtuse 8 Angles greater than 180 but less than 360 degrees are reflex 9 Angles have a complete rotation of 360 degrees 10 Angles around any polygon add up to 360 degrees 11 Angles within any polgon are (n-2)*180 whereas 'n' is number of sides 12 Angle of elevation is looking upwards to an object 13 Angle of depression is looking down wards to an object 14 Angles around a circle are 360 degrees 15 Angles are converted into percentages in a 'pie chart' 16 Angles are created when a transversal line cuts through parallel lines 17 Angles that are corresponding are equal 18 Angles that are alternate are equal 19 Angles on a straight line add up to 180 degrees 20 Angles around a point add up to 360 degrees 21 Angles of 90 degrees are formed when perpendicular lines meet each other 22 Angles are measured clock-wise from North in 3 figure bearings 23 Angles are complementary when they total 90 degrees 24 Angles are supplementary when they total 180 degrees 25 Angles are formed by the hands of a clock