How to Convert hours into working hours?
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Divide the number of kilowatt-hours by 1000 and your answer is inmegawatt-hours. This is correct - obviously a quantity of energy expressed in kWhwill be a greater number than in MWh, because 1 MW = 1000 kW Any text book or reference site about how to calculate "energyused" will tell you that 1000 …kilowatt-hours is equivalent to 1megawatt-hour. Knowing that, we can set up a "Fraction equal to 1" as follows: [1000 kilowatt-hour] -------------------------- = 1 [1 megawatt-hour] And, equally, [1 MWh] ---------------- = 1 [1000 kWh] So, for example, to calculate what 2000 kWh is equivalent to inMWh: Multiply the thing you want to convert by the "Fraction equal to 1"and then cross-out the matching units top and bottom of thefraction: 1 MWh x 2000 kWh ---------------------------- = 2 MWh 1000 kWh IF you know for sure what the right numbers are to make up a"Fraction equal to 1", that trick of multiplying by such a"Fraction equal to 1" is a very neat way to convert one equivalenttype of unit into another equivalent type. If you do it right, thismethod will never let you down! For instance: [1 inch] -------------------------- = 1 [2.5400 centimeters] So to convert 5 cm into inches: [1 in] x 5 cm --------------- = 1.9685 in [2.5400 cm] (MORE)
To convert a given number of megawatt-hours to kilowatt-hours you must multiply the number of megawatt-hours by 1000 to get the equivalent number of kilowatt-hours.. . Any text book or reference site about how to calculate "energy used" will tell you that 1 megawatt-hour is equivalent to 1000 kilow…att-hours.. Knowing that, we can set up a "Fraction equal to 1" as follows:. [1 megawatt-hour]. ---------------------- = 1 . [1000 kilowatt-hours]. And, equally,. [1000 KW-h]. -------------- = 1 . [1 MW-h] . So, for example, to calculate what 10 MW-h is equivalent to in KW-h:. Multiply the thing you want to convert by the "Fraction equal to 1" and then cross-out the matching units top and bottom of the fraction:. 1000 kW-h x 10 MW-h . ---------------------------- = 10,000 kW-h . 1 MW-h . IF you know for sure what the right numbers are to make up a "Fraction equal to 1", that trick of multiplying by such a "Fraction equal to 1" is a very neat way to convert one equivalent type of unit into another equivalent type. If you do it right, this method will never let you down!. For instance: . [1 inch]. -------------------------- = 1 . [2.5400 centimeters]. So to convert 5 cm into inches: . [1 in] x 5 cm . ---------------- = 1.9685 in . [2.5400 cm ] (MORE)
7.3 hours = 26,280 seconds 0.3 hours transforms 60/100*30 equals 18 minutes. 7 hours equals 7*60 = 420 minutes 420+18=438 minutes 60 seconds in a minute. 438*60 = 26,280 seconds. Regards.
You cannot convert hours into miles because you have no idea how fast they were driving. There could be a huge difference between someone who drives really slow over 200 engine hours and someone who drives really fast over the same 200 hours. It does not take into account the distance travelled, onl…y the hours the engine has been run. (MORE)
There are 60 x 60 = 3600 seconds in one hour. Therefore, to convert seconds into hours, divide by 3600.
Minutes in an hour = 60. Seconds in a minute = 60. Multiply 60 x 60 and the product will be the amount of second in an hour. for the number of seconds in 2 hours you would multiply 2 x 60 x 60 = Number of seconds in 2 hours. 3 hours would be 3 x 60 x 60, so on and so forth.
6,800 seconds = 1 8 / 9 hours = 1 hour 53 minutes 20 seconds .
Multiply the number of hours by 60 and add any minutes that are part of the measurement. Examples: 3 hours = 3 x 60 = 180 minutes 3.5 hours = 3.5 x 60 = 210 minutes 3 hours 10 minutes = (3 x 60) + 10 = 180 +10 = 190 minutes
You don't. The "hours meters" on many lawn tractors or construction equipment measures the legnth of time a motor has been running from start to stop. This includes idle and load times. you can not acuratly measure distance with these meters. With construction equipment, some are running all day wit…h out moving an inch. (excavators, backhoes) (MORE)
An hour is 60 minutes. Multiply the number of hours by 60 to find the number of minutes. To get from minutes to hours, divide the number of minutes by 60.
There are 24 hours in any given day, so take the given number of hours and divide it by 24.
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1 hour = 60/60, 30 minutes = 30/60 =1/2, 15 minutes = 15/60 = 1/4, 1 minute = 1/60
There are 60 x 60 seconds in 1 hour = 3600 seconds . In 2 hours there are 7200 seconds . 0.75 of an hour is 45 minutes. . There are 45 x 60 seconds in 0.75 hour = 2700 second . Add these together to get 9900 seconds in 2.75 hours
You can not convert Watts (Power) to Ampere-Hours (Amount of charge)!!! Exept if you know the voltage and the amount of time you use the power. For example: If you use P=216 W from a battery of V=12 Volts for t=1 hour, that would be: Current I=P/V=216/12=18 Amperes In time of 1 hour, you will take Q…=I*t=18 Ampere-Hours from the 12 Volts battery. (MORE)
You cannot, unless your first "h" (in amp h ), is a msitake. If you really mean, convert Whr into Ahr, then you need to divide the Whr figure by the voltage. Answer You don't! A watt hour measures energy, whereas an ampere hour measures charge -two different quantities!
Divide the number of quarter hours by 1.5 ex: qrt. hr sem hr. 1 .67 2 1.34 3 2 4 2.67 ... ... 10 6.67 20 13.34 30 20 40 26.67 To convert quarter hours into semester hours , add up ALL of the quarter hours and multiply the total by .67 (which is the same as multiplying by …2/3). You can round off the decimal. EXAMPLE: 40 quarter hours x .67 = 26.8 semester hours. To convert semester hours into quarter hours, you divide the total number of quarter hours by 1.5 (MORE)
There are sixty minutes in an hour. So divide your number of minutes by sixty.
to get hours to minutes you multiply your hours by 3600 and to convert minutes to seconds you multiply your number by 60. . . . Multiply your hours number by 60 to convert into minutes Add the original minutes number to the product and then multiply the total minutes by 60 to get the total… in seconds. Thus 10 hours and 20 minutes . = 10 x 60 = 600 minutes plus the original 20 minutes then = 620 minutes, . which equals 620 x 60 = 37,200 seconds ( phew !!! ) (MORE)
A mile is a unit of distance. An hour is a unit of time. The two units are therefore incompatible.
you cannot convert hours to miles, they are differnt units. If you know speed, you can compute miles from hours. DISTANCE = SPEED x TIME say yiu are going 60 mph for one hour DISTANCE = 60 x 1 = 60 miles
This question cannot be answered sensibly. A kilometre is a measure of distance, with dimensions [L]. An hour is a measure of time, with dimensions [T]. Basic dimensional analysis teaches that you cannot convert between measures with different dimensions such as these without additional informatio…n. It takes only a little mental effort to compare the time taken by a beam of light to travel one km and a snail to cover the same distance to see that the two will be very different. (MORE)
For colleges and universities that operate on the semester system, one credit is 16 hours of class contact time. Thus, a three credit course requires 48 hours of class contact time for the semester.
Megawatts is a measure of instantaneous power; megawatt hours is a measure of power over time. P = watts; Joule = watt * s / can be expressed in MWh
Divide the number of minuets by 60 (number of mins in an hour) and multiply by 100 to get into a percentage. e.g. 15 mins as a percentage of an hour: (15 / 60) * 100 = 25 % (15/60 = 1/4 or 0.25) 28 mins as a percentage of an hour: (28 / 60) * 100 = 47 % (to nearest whole percent) (28/60… = 0.46666667 (t8dp)) (MORE)
Easy. There are 3,600 seconds in one hour. So, 3.4 hours x 3,600 = 12,240 seconds.
You do a integer division, minutes divided by 60, keeping in mindintegers do not use decimal points. The integer result is thehours. Then you do a remainder or Modulus (%) of the minutes by 60to get the remainder in minutes. Java: Int hours, minutes=140, minutesresults; hours=minutes/60; //result i…s 2 hours minutesresults=minutes%60; //result is 20 minutes Calculator: A calculator is normally not equipped to do an integer divisiondirectly. Dividing 140/60 gives you 2.333. The 2 becomes the hoursthen take the decimal part (.33) and multiply it by 60 (result 19.8or 20 rounded to an integer value is the minutes). (MORE)
Just like any other quantity. -- You have to know percent of what -- Then convert the 'what' to hours, and divide the original hours by it.
1440 minutes are in one day or 86,400 seconds are in one day or for military time for every hour past 12 add that amount to twelve like 3:00 P.M. its is 1500 hours...
1 hour 35 minutes Could you be more specific? Are you looking for a special formula to convert minutes to a certain type of hour format (decimal,etc.), or are you just want to know an easy way to remember how to change minutes to "X" Hours and "X" Minutes?
There are 60 minutes in an hour. There are 60 seconds in a minute. There are 1000 milliseconds in a second. Multiply: 60*60*1000 Answer: 3600000 There are 3600000 milliseconds per hour. Multiply this by the number of hours you want to convert. If you wish to convert milliseconds to hours (the oth…er way around), you need to divide by 3600000. (MORE)
Kilometers measure distance; hours measure time- you can not convert distance to time. its just silly to try to convert measurement to time.
You do not. Kilowatt hours is a measure of energy and a megawatt is a measure of power. The two measure different things and so one cannot be converted to the other. It is like asking how you can convert feet (distance) into miles per hour (speed).
Perhaps divide by 2080 ? Reason: There are 40 hours in a week There are 52 weeks in a year 40 * 52 = 2080 So someone making $40,000 per year would be making approximately $19 per hour.
-- One hour = 60 minutes. -- A fraction of an hour is the same fraction of 60 minutes. -- To convert a fraction of an hour to minutes, multiply the fraction by 60 minutes.
There are 7 days in a week and 24 hours in a day. Multiply the number of weeks by 7. That gives you your total number of days. Then multiply that total by 24. So, for example, 2 weeks x 7 = 14 days. 14 days x 24 hours = 336 hours. There are 7 days in a week & 24 hours in a day. Take 24 x 7 =168 for… 1 week. So, if you want to know how many hours is in 5 weeks, you take 168 and multiply it by 5 and that gives you 840. (MORE)
60sec every minute. 60min every hour. Multiply them and then multiply the product with 5. Meaning the 5 hours In other words, 5 hours x 60 minutes x 60 seconds = .15277777777777778 -onlyonecherie
take away the minutes and convert the hours to minutes 1h=60min when you are done add the original minutes back
It's not possible; km is a measure of distance, hours is a measure of time. These units measure completely different things, hence are not convertable. (In the same way that you cannot convert inches into years etc...).
Convert .20 into a fraction (1/5 by dividing 100 by 20) then apply that fraction to one hour (1/5 of 60 min) = 12
volts times amps equals watts, a measure of power. Amps times hoursequals amp-hours, a measure of electric charge. Electric chargetimes voltage is energy. So 120 volts at 10 amps for 4 hours would pass 40 amp-hours ofcharge, the power would be 1200 watts and the energy would be 4800watt-hours or 4.8… kilowatt-hours. So volts times amp-hours equals energy in watt-hours. (MORE)
You basically have to make an equality between two fractions. First, your percentage fraction will always be a variable over 100. The other fraction, your minutes, will be a variable over 60, because a whole hour is 60 minutes. If you know the percent variable, lets say you want to figure out what 3…0% of an hour is, you put 30 over 100 = x over 60. You cross multiply, 30 times 60, which equals 1800, then to find out what x (your minutes) variable equals, you will have to divide 100 into 1800, which will give you 18. THerefore, 30 percent of an hour is 18 minutes. (MORE)
One megawatt hour equals 1,000 kilowatts hours. Divide the number of kilowatts by 1,000 to convert to megawatts. For example, 2,300kwh equal 2.3Mwh.
Watt-hours are converted to amp-hours the same as converting wattsto amps. You divide the watts by the voltage and the answer is theamps.
There are 60 minutes in one hour, so to convert 19 minutes to hour is to divide by 60.
Everything before the decimal is hours. Everything behind multiplies with 60. 3 hours and (0.5x60=30) 30 minutes.
The answer will depend on a fraction of WHAT: a day, week, year,etc. Since you have not bothered to share that crucial bit ofinformation, I cannot provide a more useful answer.
7.045 seconds x 1 minute/ 60 seconds x 1 hour/ 60 minutes = .0019569 hours
You cant, hours is a measure of time, kilometers is a measure ofdistance, the two can not be DIRECTLY equated. However if you were to use speed (kilometers per hour) then it ispossible given speed and distance to work out time or given speedand time to work out distance.
Distance cannot be expressed in time. If it could, then you'd be able to figure out how many minutes high your house is, and how many miles of sleep you had last night.