Q: What kind of angle do the hands of a clock make at 9 o' clock?

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The angle in which the hands of the clock make at five o'clock is 150o.

359 degrees......

the answer for "through what angle will the minute hand have turned from 2 o'clock, when the clock shows 10 o'clock?" is 2880 °

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The angle in which the hands of the clock make at five o'clock is 150o.

The two hands make an angle of 155 degrees (and 205 degrees).

359 degrees......

the answer for "through what angle will the minute hand have turned from 2 o'clock, when the clock shows 10 o'clock?" is 2880 °

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22215 pm is not a correct time, what time do you mean? The angle between the hands, if that is what you mean by 'the angle of the clock', does not depend on the length of the hands, so why have you given them? Please make the question clear and resubmit.

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At 12:25, the hands of a clock make two angles, one of 137.5 degrees (an obtuse angle) and the other of 222.5 degrees.

There are 4 power connections on the clock that spark briefly when both hands of the clock connect to the numbers 3, 6, 9, or 12 (for example, 3 o'clock, or 9 o'clock). Use the Stopwatch when the hands are there and you will short out the clock. After 3 times, the clock disappears and you receive the Astrolabe Totem.

At 7 o'clock the hands on an analogue clock make a 210 degree angle - going from 12, clockwise, to 7.

straight angle

It would be an acute angle. The angle would be at 88 degrees.