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Q: If the hour hand on the clock is pointing in the middle of 5 and 6 and the minute hand is pointing at 4 then what time does the clock show?

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15 degrees. Minute hand is pointing to the 6 and the hour hand halfway between 6 and 7, which themselves are 30 deg apart.

The minute hand of a clock turns about 360 degrees each hour.

90 degrees

1/3600 Hz

so you can tell them apart

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The minute hand is the largest hand on most analogue clocks. At 3 o'clock on a 12-hour clock, the minute hand is pointing straight up to the 12. It measures time to the nearest minute by advancing one of the small minute hash marks every 60 seconds. Every time the second hand makes one full sweep of the clock face, the minute hand advances one of the minute marks. The second hand is the fastest moving hand on a standard analogue clock, making one full sweep every 60 seconds.

10Â°, on a standard 12-hour clock. The minute hand is pointing at the 4, but the hour hand has advanced by 1/3 of an hour, which is 1/36 of a full circle, or 10Â°.

The long hand

It is the long hand.

the second hand

When it is 5 o'clock, the big hand is pointing to the 12, the small hand is pointing to the 5.

15 degrees. Minute hand is pointing to the 6 and the hour hand halfway between 6 and 7, which themselves are 30 deg apart.

To show ten twenty on a clock you will first have to place the hands of the clock in the right position. The small hand pointing towards the ten, and the large hand pointing towards the four.

90 degrees or (pi)/2 radians, with the hour hand on the right end and the minute hand pointing up.

It is the clock hand in the attic

The time period of a nimute hand on the clock is one minute since it takes a minute for it to complete one oscillation, ie., one complete cycle of the clock.

The minute hand of a clock turns about 360 degrees each hour.

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