Do the hands on a clock at 5pm form an obtuse angle?
Yes they do - the angle of the hands is 150 degrees.
The hands of the clock form an obtuse angle during each and every hour.
An infinite number of times.
The hands of a clock at 2 o'clock will form an acute angle of 60 degrees
it is 2 :00 at clock ^_^
At 10 o'clock the hands of the clock are at an angle of 60Â°
It will form a 300 degrees reflex angle
an acute angle - of 30 degrees.
I think it is 2:00 *_*
60 degrees, I believe.
90 degree angle
The hands on a clock must be greater than 90 degrees to be obtuse, so you find times where the time is >90 degrees. Examples are: 4:00, 5:00, 6:00, 7:00, 8:00.
At 6:30, the hands of a clock form a straight angle (180 degrees). At 6.00 the hands will be straight (180 degrees), at 6.30 the minute hand will be pointing at 6, the hour hand will be midway between 6 and 7 so the angle will be 15 degrees.
It's at 300o and it shows it's ten o'clock
Just like a capital L looks like. 90 degrees.
In the unique situation where an 'analog' clock is involved, whether running or stopped, it turns out that the angle in question is precisely 120 degrees.
1 minute is 6 degrees so 10*6 = 60 degrees
Any time the hands are one minute apart, like 12:01
Assumption we are talking simply about when the hour first is approached - i.e. what o'clocks do the hands form obtuse angle. If it is a 12 hour clock then the answer is every hour after 3 o'clock and before 9 o'clock, i.e. 4 o'clock, 5 o'clock, 6 o'clock, 7 o'clock, 8 o'clock. If it is a 24 hour clock (they do exist) then the answer is every hour after 6 o'clock and before 18… Read More
An obtuse angle is any angle that is between 91 degrees and 179 degrees. It can be added to a supplementary acute angle to form a straight line.
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44 times in 24 hours. (Considering the hour- and minute-hands only.)
An acute angle is any angle that is between 0° and 90°. At the exact hour mark, the minute hand is always at the 12. And so, the hours where the clock form an acute angle are: 1 o'clock 2 o'clock 10 o'clock 11 o'clock Thus, there are 4 hours.
in a half day it occur or happens 22 times
Its happens every 65 minutes when clock hands are in a straight degree angle, which is 22 times a day. To be more precise, it happens every 65.4 minutes...and this, of course, can be even more precise, however it is a non-terminating decimal.
Between 3:25 and 6:00 , the hands of a clock are perpendicular five (5) times, unless the clock is a 'digital' one.
Eight times in a day the hands of a clock form straight angle. At first they form straight angle when the hour amd minute hand are on 3 and 9 in noon and night. Second, when the hour amd minute hand are on 9 and 3 in morning and night. Third when the hour amd minute hand are on 12 and 6 At last when the hour amd minute hand are on 6 and 12.
Who has an analog clock anymore? The Large Hand is on 12 and the Small hand is on 10. Since there are face is divided into 12 major parts, then the angle is portion of defined by the hands are: 12 - 10 / 12 = 2/12 = 1/6 of a full circle 1/6 X 360 = 60 Degrees.
always forms an angle, unless it is a digital clock. 0 degrees is and angle, so is 360, and 1021283
The hands of the clock will form a straight line 12 times.
a lozenge 4 angle two diagonal angle form and obtuse angle and the total are 180 degrees.
1:00, 2:00, 11:00, 12:00 an acute angle is any angle that is 89 degrees or less. so 3:10 is a good example
It will form 120 degrees
a right angle is 90 degrees so it would form twice between one and two oclock... once at 1:15 and once at 1:45.
Of course not ! Stick a 2Â° angle onto a 4Â° angle and you still have only a 6Â° angle.
Yes, as for example 78 degrees and 102 degrees would form a supplementary angle of 180 degrees.
4 times 6:00am, 6:00pm, 12:30am,12:30pm
Roads don't always form an acute angle, they can form a right angle. If you are really picky, you might say that they can never form a perfect right angle, so two of the angles formed must be acute (and the other two obtuse).
An obtuse triangle. Obtuse meaning: not sharp, acute, or pointed; blunt in form.
An line that is not perpindicular to the other line makes an acute or obtuse angle Oblique lines are not parallel or perpendicular which would be lines that form acute or obtuse angles at the point of intersection.
When it is 7:00, the hour hand and minute hand of a 12-hour clock form a 150° angle.
Any triangle with one angle in the range (90, 180) degrees and the other two angles adding up to its supplement will form an obtuse triangle.
There are 30 degrees between the hands at 2 o'clock. Bear in mind that a clock face is a circle of 360 degrees. At 3 o'clock the hands form a right-angle, which is 90 degrees. (90 / 3 = 30 degrees.
The minute and hour hands form an angle of 60 degrees at 10 o'clock
Yes in the form of obtuse angles or reflex angles
Possibly in the form of an arrowhead providing that its 4 interior angles add up to 360 degrees
At two o'clock the hands will form 60 degrees so use a protractor and set the hands at 40 degrees to read out the time which should be nearly two minutes after two because one minute is equals 6 degrees.
The 3rd angle is 30 degrees which would form an obtuse or scalene triangle.