Q: Number of coincidences of hands in a clock per day?

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All 3 hands overlap 24 times a day.

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

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22 times

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A broken clock is correct twice a day. This is because a clock with hands that are stuck will still display the correct time at least twice a day when the hour and minute hands align with the correct time.

All 3 hands overlap 24 times a day.

22 times.

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

22 times

4

44

22 times

22

22 times

in a half day it occur or happens 22 times

180 degrees. The hands are a straight line. Or, to be technical, you divide the clock face (360 degrees) by the number of minutes there are in half a day (clocks only record half a day: AM or PM), which is 360/12*60, so each minute is half a degree. There are 360 minutes between the twelve and the six on a clock. Half of 360 is 180. This only works for times ON THE HOUR, otherwise, the hour hand moves for every minute of time passing.