Q: How much time is between 745 am today and 315 pm tomorrow?

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If you give me $5 today and then you give me $5 tomorrow, I shall then have $10. It works every time.

No, you just ran out of juice for a while. It takes a little time for the body to produce more. You will have more tomorrow or possibly later today.

technically - if I said - tomorrow is Friday, and today is Thursday then the answer is .. "less than 1 more than 0" if forced to give an integer answer then 1 would be correct because in 1 days time (24hours) it will (still) be Friday (or the day currently referred to as tomorrow) However if you want to get pedantic about grammar.. "tomorrow never comes" so there is no logical answer (it isn't infinite, and it isn't 0)

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The answer is 6 hours.

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Today If this is Wednesday, then on Tuesday, Wednesday was 'tomorrow', and on Thursday it will be 'yesterday'.

Tomorrow. As long as we're in today, which is a given according to the question, it will still be called tomorrow. The day of the week and the date of the year will vary, but it will always be tomorrow. ... Well, at least as long as there is time. After that it might be "now" or "eternity" or whatever... but since it is really hard to imagine life without time, we can just go with "tomorrow."