If a clock show 3.45 what is the acute angle between the hands of the clock?
1) 190 2) 150 3) 16 2/3 4) 931/2
At 3 hours 45 minutes there is not an acute angle between the hands of the clock (unless you extend the hands backwards).
it is 2 :00 at clock ^_^
The hands of a clock at 2 o'clock will form an acute angle of 60 degrees
It is an acute angle
an acute angle is any angle that is 89 degrees or less. so 3:10 is a good example
an acute angle - of 30 degrees.
On a typical 12-hour clock face, the angle between the hands at 1:00 is 1/12th of the whole circle. That's (360/12) = 30 degrees.
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.
I think it is 2:00 *_*
The hands of a clock at 5 to 12
It is a obtuse angle.
The angle between the hands of a clock when it is 9:15 is a bit more than 180 degrees. Depending on how the clock works, t might be 185 degrees or so (175 if you look at the opposite angle.
There are two angles: -- The small one is 60°, an acute angle. -- The big one is 300°, a reflex angle.
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 is 22.5 degrees.
Angle between the hands of a clock=|11M-60H|/2 i.e. M-Minutes=35(here) H- Hours=7(here) ∴ The angle b/w hands of a clock=|11*35-60*7|/2 =17.5°
answer is 120 degrees
What is the measure of the acute angle formed by the hands of a 12-hour clock that reads exactly 1 o' clock?
360/12 ie 30o.
2/12 of 360 = 60 degrees
240 degrees - 30 degrees for each hour on the clock
The angle in which the hands of the clock make at five o'clock is 150o.
Right Angle or 900
The angle - is 120 degrees !
The angle formed is 60 degrees.
Each minute is six degrees.
90 degrees and 270 degrees.
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.
The angle between the two hands of the clock at half past two is 105 degrees.
It creates a 150o angle at 3:40
The angle between the minute- and hour-hands on an 'analog' clock at 8:45 is 7.5 degrees.
Yes they do - the angle of the hands is 150 degrees.
It would be an acute angle. The angle would be at 88 degrees.
The hands of the clock form an obtuse angle during each and every hour.
120 degrees one way, 240 degrees the other.
It depends what time it is. Unless the clock is broken. Then it could be just about anything between 0 and 360 degrees. Anything except for 146.70001332 degrees. That angle just can't exist.
About 90 degrees which is a right angle.
The angle is 90 degrees.
The two hands make an angle of 155 degrees (and 205 degrees).
22215 pm is not a correct time, what time do you mean? The angle between the hands, if that is what you mean by 'the angle of the clock', does not depend on the length of the hands, so why have you given them? Please make the question clear and resubmit.
The angle between the two hands changes constantly at the rate of 5.5° per minute. This formula finds the angle between the two hands for a given time (h:m) taking the absolue value as shown: |5.5m - 30h| If the result is greater than 180°, subtract it from 360° to get the included angle.
If 3.00 is 900 90 / 3 = 30. Therefore there are 300 between each number of a clock. So the angle at 4.00 is 1200 (90 + 30 = 120)
The number of memory between 12 and 1 is 5. There are 60 lines in a clock: 5/60. Since the whole angle of the clock is 360, you multiply 360 and 5/60 together and get the answer of 30 degrees.
A right angle which is 90 degrees
144 degrees. Each minute mark around the clock face is 6 degrees.