One complete rotation takes 3.9155 hours.
9.9259 hours Jupiter has the fastest rotation of any planet in the solar system.
It takes about 243 of our days for Venus to do one rotation. That is about 5,832 hours.
Assuming you mean one rotation on its axis, it takes approximately 24 hours. If by some chance you mean a rotation around the sun (called an orbit) that takes approximately 365 days.
once every 88 days
It is 1408 hours.
Mercury's period of rotation around it's axis is 58.65 Earth days.
Mercury rotates in about 58.65 Earth days.
24 hours in a day and that is one rotation.
It needs 24 hours to complete one full rotation.
One full rotation of the hour hand is 12 hours. One full rotation of the minute hand is an hour
The Earth makes one complete rotation every 24 hours.
Actually the Earth completes its rotation after 23 hours, 56 minutes and 4 seconds. It is estimated about 24 hours or 1 day.