What is the ratio of the number of seconds in a day to the number of hours in a day?
I'll vote for 86,400:1
I'll vote for 86,400:1
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Answer . You never want to starve your self! That's probably the most unhealthy thing you can do to your body. You only have one of those remember. Starvation mode is not fun. It's basically when you're body shuts down.
Answer . they're called the equinox one in spring and one in the fall (approx 21 March & 21 Sept)
Answer . The choice of 24 hours in a day had nothing to do with convenience. Our entire system of time and date is based upon the moon.
7 days in a week x 24 hours/ day gives us the number of hours in a week.
Number of days' sales in inventory = Inventory / Ave days' cost of goods sold. Average days' cost of goods sold = Annual cost of goods sold / 365
What is the mathematical average of the number of days in a typical year the number of days in a week and the number of hours in a day?
365 days Typical is 365 (actual average would be 365.25), 7, 24. The average of these is 132.
That completely depends on where you're located on the earth. If you're anywhere north of the equator, your minimum daylight period is December 21. If, in addition to that, you're located anywhere north of the Arctic Circle, your longest period of darkness is centered on December 21, and la…sts longer than 24 hours. If you're at the north Pole, the sun never rises between September 21 and March 21. If you're anywhere south of the equator, your minimum daylight period is June 21. If, in addition to that, you're located anywhere south of the Antarctic Circle, your longest period of darkness is centered on June 21, and lasts longer than 24 hours. If you're at the south Pole, the sun never rises between March 21 and September 21. (MORE)
How many years will it take to count to 1 billion with one second a number two weeks off five days a week and eight hours a day?
138 + 8/9 years, and one second a number is still unrealistic.. Sources: Windows Calculator and try saying 642,543 in one second.
The earth executes one complete orbital revolution around the sun in 365.24 days, or about 8,765.76 hours.
It relates because it takes 24 hours for earth to fully rotate and for twelve of those hours it is facing the sun. When the ratation slightly shifts during seasons, the day is longer or shorter for the amount of time facing the sun changes.
There are 24 hours in a day, 48 in two, 72 in three. All you need to do is add 24 to all the before hours.
To have consecutive hours there must be, by definition, at least two. So the minimum would be two. . I believe the correct answer is 4. An employer must pay an employee for a minimum of 4 hours if the employee arrives for their scheduled shift at the correct starting time. If the employer sends the… employee home prior to the 4 hours the employee is entitled to 4 hours pay, however if the employee leaves work early due to an illness or at their own choosing the employer only needs to pay for the actual time worked. There are some special circumstances that allow "special" employers certain privileges to not schedule an employee 4 hours, however the employer needs to obtain these privileges from the government labor bureau by meeting special requirements. (MORE)
Twenty four is divisible by two (in half), three (thirds), four (quarters), 6 (sixths) etcetera which is convenient when planning and divideing up work.
no, because diffefernt parts of the world receive different amounts of sunlight because the earth is tilted on it's axis.
60 (seconds to mintues) x60 (minutes to hours) x24 (hours in a day) . 86400 seconds
If you could select a number different from 24 to represent the number of hours in a day what number would you choose?
10, or 100. The decimal system would make many calculations much simpler. Of course, the hour would also have to be divided into decimal minutes (10 or 100), and each minute in decimal seconds (10 or 100). Or simply indicate fractions of a day, such as "I'll see you in 10 milli-days" (about a quarte…r hour, according to the current system). (MORE)
It is not a ratio. 7x24 is 168 hours in 7 days if that helps.
you can only work four hours. and you can only work after 3 and until 10. at least that's how it is where i live.
There are 24 hours in one day, therefore 4 days is equal to 24 x 4 = 96 hours. The ratio therefore is equal to 57:96, which, in its simplest form, dividing both sides of the ratio by 3, is equal to 19:32.
What is the mathematical average of the number of days in a typical year and the number of days in a week and the number of hours in a day?
the do pe do pe do awnser is 365 or 366 per year baby, 7 per weak hot .........person 24 hours a day you doodle doodle doo anways you should know this insane weirdo.......well you didn't answer the question.... whats the final answer to the question, its 132....
Sam sleep between 6 to 8 hours every day what is the least number of hours he will sleep in seven days?
6 hours is the least hourst out of 6 and 8 hours. Therefore, Sam will sleep 6 hours x 7 days 6*7 = 42 The least amount of sleep Sam will get within the week is 42 hours. MiKishi
Convert 1 day into smaller units of time until seconds are reached. 1 day = 24 hours ....as 1 hour = 60 minutes then 24 hours = 24 x 60 = 1440 minutes ....as 1 minute = 60 seconds then 1440 minutes = 1440 x 60 = 86400 seconds. 1 day = 86400 seconds
How many times per year do you have days in which the number of hours day and night equal what are the names of those days?
When night and day are approximately of equal length occurs twice per year. In the northern hemisphere these days are called the Vernal Equinox (20-21 March) and the Autumnal Equinox (22-23 September). However, as these seasons are reversed in the southern hemisphere, current usage is the March Equ…inox and the September Equinox. (MORE)
the number are given in the days counting among the all as thereare 365 days
9641398820 is 160689980 minutes 2678166 hours 111590 days 305 years Note: All values rounded to the nearest whole number.
In the Gregorian calendar (and Julian) a year is 365 days long exept for leap years which have 366.
\n . \nThere are 86,400 seconds in 24 hours. . In one minute, there are 60 seconds. In one hour, there are 60 minutes. Therefore, 60 x 60 x 24 = 86,400. . (note that a sidereal day is not exactly 24 hours) .
As you go north - or south - of the equator, and closer to the poles, the days will become longer in summer, and shorter in winter. Also, the Sun will no longer go rise and set vertically, so before sunrise and after sunset there will be a longer time in which there is still some light.
1 day = 86400 seconds 1 / 36 day = 1 / 36 x 86400 seconds = 2400 seconds .
How does the number of hours of daylight compare to the number of hours of darkness on March 20 the first day of spring in the Northern Hemisphere?
March 20 and September 23 are the two equinox days when there are 12 hours of daylight and 12 hours of darkness at any place on the Earth.
Th first number should be the amount of something and the second number should be the total number of that thing OR the other thing your comparing it to. ex. 345647517643717343- this is my number line. I want to know: a)how many 7's there are compared to the total b)how many 7's there are compare…d to 3's a) the ratio would be 4:18 or simplified 2:9, 4 bing the amount of 7's and 18 being the total number of numbers b)the ratio would be 4:4 or simplified 1:1, 4 being the amount of 7's and he second 4 being the amount of 3's (MORE)
A day on Pluto lasts about 153 Earth hours , or more than six Earth days .
Do this step by step, you will do the final calculation yourself of course. Step 1: List what you know about time. 1. 1 min = 60 sec. 2. 1 hr. = 60 min 3. 1 day = 24 hr 4. We are looking at a total of 129000 seconds. Step 2: Calculate now many seconds per day. 1. 1 day = 24 hr = 24 x 60 min = 24 x …60 x 60 sec = A (you will do this and get A) Step 3: Find out how many days is 129000 seconds: 1 day = A sec. x day = 129000 sec. x = 1x so 129000 = Ax so you are actually solving a equation with respect to A, whatever you get for A Ax = 129000 x = 129000/A when you get x, it's the answer. (MORE)
There is a very minimal amount of daylight in the North Pole. By the equator, there is much more sunlight and a much more warmer climate.
If there are 7 days in a week, and 2 days in a weekend, then the ratio would be 7:2
An hour has 60 min. Assuming the clock has only the hour and minute displayed, every hour 1 would appear at 1, 11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,10,21,31,41,51. Counting 11 as once there are 15 1s in an hour. In the 24 hours, only 0,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,22,23 have no 1 s in them. Therefore 1 aooears 165 times i…n those times. As for hours 1,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,21, there is always a 1 in the clock. This makes 1 appear 12*60 times which is 720 times. Therefore in total, 1 appears 885 times in a digital 24 hour clock. (MORE)
because, Our earth completes rotation on own axis in 24 hours. So it is kept as length of 1 day
1 day = 24 hours so 2 days = 2*24 = 48 hours. So the ratio is 32 : 48 which is equivalent to 2 : 3
60 seconds in a minute 60 minutes in an hour 24 hours in a day 1440 minutes in a day 86,400 seconds in a day
Â· A day on Pluto is equivalent to Earth's 6 days, 9 hours, and 17 minutes, meaning that it has the second slowest rotation in the Solar System (after Venus, which takes 243 days to turn on its axis).
How the the angle the sunlight reaches the earthimpacts the number of hours of sunlight and the length of the day?
Picture the round Earth. The sunlight hits abut half of the Earth's surface, and that half is in daylight. Now picture somewhere near the arctic circle, where the sun is not hitting it very directly even at it highest point because it's near the edge of the half that is in daylight. Assuming that po…int is not actually inside the arctic circle, the sun will rise and set normally. But since it's so close, it doesn't take much for the sun to set. So even when a full cycle still takes 24 hours, more than 12 of those hours will be in darkness because the sun doesn't get very high in the sky even at noon. (MORE)
8 hours usually refers to a work day . Other than that, I'm not sure what the question is getting at, unless you were thinking of redefining the hour, so that there are (say 10 of them) in one whole day.
12 hours : 12 days = 1 hour : 1 day = 1 hour : 24 hours = 1 : 24
Neptune completes one axial rotation in 16 hours 7 minutes (as measured on a regular old wrist watch or clock that keeps mean solar time on Earth.)
multiply number of days by 24. so the formula would be hours = days x 24
The number of hours in a day in Genesis is assumed to be 24. However, this is not certain since the bible uses the Hebrew word Yom to mean day. Yom means sunrise to sunset which could be 12 hours. The hours in a day in Genesis can therefore be said to be unspecified.
no, after am is finished, you add 12 to 1pm for instance so it shows as 13:00 on 24hr clock
I'm a security officer and am being required to work an 18 hour dayshift soon. I was wondering can I get paid some type of overtimepay after a certain number of hours work? (after 12 hours forexample) Is there a law covering this?
That will depend on where exactly you are in the northern hemisphere. Close to the equator it will be about 12 hours, while at the North Pole it will be 24 hours. So it is anything from 12 to 24 hours, depending on your specific location.
86,400 60 seconds = 1 minute 60 minutes = 1 hour 24 hours = 1 day 60 x 60 x 24 = 86,400