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Q: After the minute hand of a clock rotates over a period of one hour and twenty five minutes what is the angle that it makes with the starting posistion?

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60 times 24 = 1,440

Start both at the same time, flip each when time runs out. The 5 minute will be turned 3 times totalling 15 minutes. The 8 minute will be flipped twice totalling 16 minutes. Once the 15 minutes is up on the 5 minute timers, there is one minute left on the 8 minute timer.

450 degrees - equivalently 90 degrees as 360 is the starting position, the same as 0.

5:36. the 28 minute mark is between 5 and 6; there the hour is 5. there are 5 minutes between the 5 (25 minutes) and 6 (30 minutes). every minute represents 12 minutes (60 minutes/5 minutes). 28 minutes is the 3rd minute b/t 5 and 6. 3 x 12=36. 5:36. on a clock, the small hand (hour hand) moves to the next minute marker every 12 minutes.

In fifteen minutes the minute hand of a clock will move 90 degrees, or three hour labels.

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The earth rotates 360 degrees in 24 hours, so in one hour it rotates 15 degrees. (If you look at a map of time zones you will see the time zones divided into 15 degree segments).One hour is 60 minutes, so in one minute of time the earth rotates 15/60 degree. Now a degree of longitude is 60 minutes, so in one minute of time, the earth rotates by15/60 times 60 minutes, ie 15 minutes of longitude.The earth rotates 1 degree every 4 minutes

60 degrees

One revolution in 23 hours 56 minutes, or 3.988888 degrees per minute.

One revolution in 23 hours 56 minutes, or 3.988888 degrees per minute.

Since the phonograph record rotates at 33.3 revolutions per minute (rpm), then the revolutions that it turns in 5 minutes is 5*33.3. This is a total of 166.5 revolutions.

No - the minute hand rotates 24 times in 24 hours !

the earth rotates about 360 degree in 24 hours.further,we can say that the earth rotates 15 degree of longitude in 1 hour and 1 degree in 4 minute.

12 minutes is 1/5th of an hour. The minute hand sweeps 360 degrees - a full circle - in one hour. So the angle formed by the start and stop of a 12-minute sweep of the minute hand would be 1/5th of 360 degrees or 72 degrees.

60 / 25 = 2.4 RPM (Revolutions per Minute) 2.4 X 10 = 24 RPM

It rotates 25*360 = 9000 degrees.

RPM = revolutions per minute 0,000694rpm -> considering that the Earth rotates in 24 hours 0,000696rpm -> considering that the Earth rotates in 23h and 56 minutes (which is the real time in which the Earth makes 1 revolution) therefore in general its .00069

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