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That is 45 minutes. As a fraction it is 45/60 and in simplest form 3/4. So 3/4 of an hour.

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Q: What fraction of a revolution does the minute hand of a clock go from twelve to nine?

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It is: 180/360 degrees = 1/2 a revolution

It is (2n + 1)/2 of a whole revolution, where n is an integer.

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Say you start at 12 o'clock. If the minute hand goes around the clock once in a complete circle, it turns to 1 o'clock. thus, the hour hand makes it a 30 degree angle.

1 to 10 =9 9/12=3/4

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