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When the clock here in Illinois reads 10:00 AM . . .

-- and it's Summer and Illinois is on Daylight Time, it's 11 PM in the Philippines.

-- and it's Winter and Illinois is on Standard Time, it's 12 Midnight in the Philippines.

Q: What is the time in the Philippines when it is 10 am here in Illinois?

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