Q: How many minutes are there each day?

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1 day is 24 hours, and each hour is 60 minutes. Each day, therefore, is 1440 minutes. 1440 * 37 = 4320 minutes ■

Each day has 24 hours. Each hour 60 minutes. So there are 24 x 60 = 1440 minutes in one day. In 30 days there are 30 x 1440 = 43200 minutes.

Since each hour has 60 minutes and each day has 24 hours and each year has 365.25 days, 4 years is equivalent to 2,103,840 minutes.

None - each and every day is 24 hours, 1440 minutes long. [In fact, as the rotation of the earth is slowing, each day is actually getting minutely fractionally longer.]

Every Day the Earth gains more time. It is only about three minutes that are gained each day, after the winter solstice.

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None. There are 1,440 minutes in each Alaska day, just as there are everywhere else in the US.

1 day is 24 hours, and each hour is 60 minutes. Each day, therefore, is 1440 minutes. 1440 * 37 = 4320 minutes ■

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Each day has (exactly) 24 hours, each with (exactly ) 60 minutes. Therefore, each day has 24 X 60 equals (exactly) 1440 minutes. 21,573,834/1440 = 14,981.829 days, to the justified number of significant digits.

No matter where you are on the planet - the day lengthens by four minutes each day, after the winter equinox, up to the summer solstice.

One day is 24 hours. Each hour is 60 minutes. 24*60 = 1440 minutes in a day 19494 / 1440 = 13.538 days■

There are 24 hours in a day and 60 minutes in each hour. 24*60=1440

No. The day has only so many seconds, minutes in the school day. The state sets the number of minutes in the school day and the school has to work within those boundaries. Each class is 40-45 minutes long and if another 5 minutes was added to each passing period out of 6 periods that would be an additional 30 minutes a day added to the school day. This means each day you would have to be in school 30 minutes more. The time adds up to 600 minutes a month.

No. The day has only so many seconds, minutes in the school day. The state sets the number of minutes in the school day and the school has to work within those boundaries. Each class is 40-45 minutes long and if another 5 minutes was added to each passing period out of 6 periods that would be an additional 30 minutes a day added to the school day. This means each day you would have to be in school 30 minutes more. The time adds up to 600 minutes a month.

The babylonians divided the day into 24 hours, each hour into 60 minutes, each minute into 60 seconds.