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With an older alarm clock ... one with hands on the front and a wind-up key in the back ... you get one (1) hour of sleep, because the clock doesn't know the difference between AM and PM. With a more modern LED digital clock, you get thirteen (13) hours; the display has that little dot on the side, so you can tell the difference between AM and PM when you're setting the time or the alarm.

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In 1963 if you went to bed at 8 o'clock at night and set the alarm to get up at 9 o'clock the next morning how many hours of sleep would this permit you to have?

Most alarm clocks of 1963 were 12 hour alarm clocks - they did not know the difference between am & pm, so you would have at most 1 hour sleep. There may have been some electronic alarm clocks of 1963 which did know about am & pm, in which case they would permit at most 13 hours of sleep.


You went to bed at eight 8 o'clock in the evening and wound up my clock and set the alarm to sound at nine 9 o'clock in the morning How many hours sleep would you get before being awoken by the alarm?

13 hours


If you went to bed at eight in the evening and set the alarm to get up at nine in the morning how many hours of sleep would this permit?

With a "regular" alarm clock, your alarm would go off at nine p.m. and you'd be stuck resetting it to have it go off at nine a.m. You may get 1 + 12 or 13 hours of sleep. Maybe. If you had a contemporary electric (electronic) alarm clock, it could be set for nine p.m. or nine a.m. You'd get 13 hours of sleep without being awakened one hour after setting the alarm. Some of us have been around for a while and used both kinds of clock, and the "original" alarm clocks were around before the snazzy new fangled ones. And we know the drill.


You went to bed at eight o'clock in the evening wound up your clock and set the alarm to sound at nine o'clock in the morning - How many hours sleep would you get before being awoken by the alarm?

FAR TOO MANY! Also known as 13.Why the heck would you want 13 hours of sleep? I don't know.=============================================You say that you "wound up" your clock. I have never seen a wind up clock that differentiates between 9 in the morning and 9 at night. In all likelihood, your clock will go off in one hour and you will get one hour of sleep.


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If you went to bed at 8.00 in the evening and wound up your alarm clock and set the alarm to sound at 9.00 in the morning How many hours of sleep would you get before being awoken by the alarm?

actually it would be one hour of sleep because a wind up alarm clock cannot go for more then 12 hours in advance for an alarm


3I went to bed at eight 8 'clock in the evening and wound up my clock and set the alarm to sound at nine 9 'clock in the morning How many hours sleep would you get before being awoken by the alarm?

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If you went to bed at 8pm in the evening and wound up your alarm clock and set the alarm to sound at 9am in the morning How many hours of sleep would you get before being awoken by the alarm?

You would only get one hour of sleep. There is no am/pm setting on a wind up alarm clock.


In 1963 if you went to bed at 8 o'clock at night and set the alarm to get up at 9 o'clock the next morning how many hours of sleep would this permit you to have?

Most alarm clocks of 1963 were 12 hour alarm clocks - they did not know the difference between am & pm, so you would have at most 1 hour sleep. There may have been some electronic alarm clocks of 1963 which did know about am & pm, in which case they would permit at most 13 hours of sleep.


You went to bed at eight 8 o'clock in the evening and wound up my clock and set the alarm to sound at nine 9 o'clock in the morning How many hours sleep would you get before being awoken by the alarm?

13 hours


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You went to bed a 8'clock in the evening and wound up my clock and set the alarm to sound at nine 9'clock in the morning How many hours sleep would you get before being awoken by the alarm?

Assuming that you fall asleep at exactly 8 'o' clock, you would get around 13 hours of sleep. I have never seen a wind-up alarm clock that lets you set "AM" or "PM." Most likely the alarm will sound at 9:00 PM and you will get at most one hour of sleep.


If you went to bed at eight in the evening and set the alarm to get up at nine in the morning how many hours of sleep would this permit?

With a "regular" alarm clock, your alarm would go off at nine p.m. and you'd be stuck resetting it to have it go off at nine a.m. You may get 1 + 12 or 13 hours of sleep. Maybe. If you had a contemporary electric (electronic) alarm clock, it could be set for nine p.m. or nine a.m. You'd get 13 hours of sleep without being awakened one hour after setting the alarm. Some of us have been around for a while and used both kinds of clock, and the "original" alarm clocks were around before the snazzy new fangled ones. And we know the drill.


You slept at 8pm and wound the clock to set the alarm at nine in the morning how many hours sleep would you get?

I've never seen a wind-up alarm clock that could distinguish between AM and PM. So in all likelihood, the alarm will go off at 9pm and you will get one hour of sleep. But if we play along with the premise and assume that there is some way to make the clock go off at 9am and not 9pm, then you would get 13 hours of sleep, assuming you instantly fell asleep at 8pm and nothing woke you up in the night and that you could somehow sleep soundly for that amount of time and that you woke up instantly when the alarm went off.


If Kevin wen to bed at 8 o' clock at night and set his wind-up alarm clock for 9 o' clock in the morning how many hours of sleep would he get?

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How many hours of sleep in a year?

if you mean how many hours you should sleep in a year it would be 3,650 hours of sleep for a regular year not a leap year


How many hours of sleep do 5th graders need?

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