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The hands of the clock will form a straight line 12 times.

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if the clock on has 2 hands : hands would change 1440 timesif you use the second hand; it would move a total of 44640 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.


The hour and minute hands are in a straight line opposite each other at 6 o`clock, and at 10 other times during any 12-hour period, for a total of 22 times a day.They also overlap 22 times a day, at 20 times other than at 12 o'clock.(see related question)


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the hands of a clock are straight 1)when they overlap & face the same direction & 2)when the overlap & face opposite directions this hapns evry 65 min(approx)for each case =>in 1 day 24 hrs=> 24x60 min therefore each case hapns (24x60)/65 times each day................= 22(approx) therefore total # of times = 22+ 22=44


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.





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Clock hands is the UK puzzle 5 for Professor Layton and the Curious Village. The solution is: The hands will pass over each other 10 times.


44 times in 24 hours.(Considering the hour- and minute-hands only.)


Between 3:25 and 6:00 , the hands of a clock are perpendicular five (5) times,unless the clock is a 'digital' one.


Assuming it is an analogue clock (one with hands) It will show the correct time twice a day.


Infinitely many. They will not stop overlapping -from time to time - as long as the clock keeps on working.


None. I don't click the clock. The clock clicks as the hands go around the dial or the old fashioned numbered clock flips the numbers.


in a half day it occur or happens 22 times


Times denoted with pm occur between 12 noon and midnight. 5.35pm is thus 5.35 + 12 = 17.35 using the 24hr clock.


There are 4 power connections on the clock that spark briefly when both hands of the clock connect to the numbers 3, 6, 9, or 12 (for example, 3 o'clock, or 9 o'clock). Use the Stopwatch when the hands are there and you will short out the clock. After 3 times, the clock disappears and you receive the Astrolabe Totem.


There are 4 power connections on the clock that spark briefly when both hands of the clock connect to the numbers 3, 6, 9, or 12 (for example, 3 o'clock, or 9 o'clock). Use the Stopwatch when the hands are there and you will short out the clock. After 3 times, the clock disappears and you receive the Astrolabe Totem.



23 times in all.Note that from 11:00 to 11:59 (am or pm) the hands can never overlap. Thus from 10am to 11:59am, the hands will overlap just once at around 10:54am. The hands will overlap again at exactly 12:00pm (noon). And from 12:01pm to 12:am (midnight) the hands will overlap another 11 times.The following times are the approximate overlapping times.10:54am12:00pm (noon)1:06pm2:11pm3:16pm4:21pm5:27pm6:32pm7:38pm8:43pm9:49pm10:54pm12:00am (midnight).


Puzzle No 5, Clock Hands, Curious Village. Answer = The hands with pass over each other 10 times.



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