Q: If a clock losses 3 minutes in 24 hrs how much time is lost in 2hrs?

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i think it is 3.18 but I'm noot sure maybe i had trouble with this too, i felt lost abit!!Answerto turn 18 minutes into decimal take the minutes and multiply it by 60 then divide by 36. 3.30 in decimal. Since decimal time runs on a 100 minute clock then you could take those 3 hours and just turn them into 300 + 30 = 330 minutes in decimal time.

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2.6 hours = 2.6*60 minutes = 156 minutes = 156*60 seconds = 9360 seconds.

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.]

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Answer: 1/6 of a second is lost per minute. Explanation as well as checking of the answer. It loses 4 min per 24 hours which is 4/24 or 1/6 of a minute lost per hour 1/6 of a minute is 10 seconds since there are 60 seconds in a minute 10 seconds is lost per hour and 1 minute is 1/60 of an hour since there are 60 minutes in an hours so 10 sec x 1/60 is 10/60 or 1/6 of a second lost per minute Now let's check the answer. 60 min per hour x 24 hours is 1440 minutes per hours. 1/6 of second per minute x 1440=240 second lost per day which is 4 minutes.

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