Midnight always occurs 12 hours before noon of that same day.

I suspect, however, what you are really asking is Does 12:00 midnight begin a day or end a day? Let me explain it this way: Let's say that your teacher tells you that you must hand in your term paper by midnight Wednesday. Must you hand it in at 12:00 midnight as Tuesday turns to Wednesday or as Wednesday turns to Thursday? It is generally accepted that "midnight Wednesday" occurs AFTER the 24 hours of Wednesday have elapsed. So if your teacher rejects your paper that you plopped on his desk at, say, 9:00am on Wednesday because he says it was due by midnight, tell him you're 15 hours early. Which segues nicely into a pet peeve of mine: 12:00am and 12:00pm. Talk about ambiguous! There is no such thing as either one of those times. It's either 12:00 noon or 12:00 midnight. Having said that, though, most people think of 12:00am as midnight. Most, not all.

In military time, 12:00 midnight is 00:00 (for those of you that do not know military time, P.M. hours are 13:00-23:00, rather than 1:00pm-11:00pm; A.M. hours are 00:00-12:00, rather than 12 midnight-12 noon). Therefore, using military time, 12:00 midnight would be the beginning of the day. However, as there is no clear line between, the answer above can also be correct. If you're facing a deadline or in another situation where knowing the exact time is important, ask for a specification if possible.

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Okay so say it's Monday and you want to know when is midnight on Monday and noon on Monday and how do they relate.Midnight on Monday comes 12 hours BEFORE Noon on Monday.Midnight on Tuesday comes 12 hours after Noon on Monday.The point being, midnight is the first hour of each new day.

On the same day it is 12 hours

Neither. The correct way to identify 12:00 is to say 12:00 noon or 12:00 midnight.am stands for ante meridiem which means before noon and pm stands for post meridiem which means after noon. Since noon itself is neither before noon or after it, the use of am and pm is not appropriate. The same argument can be applied to midnight.

No. A meridian is a line of longitude and on that line it is the same time everywhere. You need to go 180 degrees round the planet to get 12 hours difference.

AM" stands for the Latin phrase Ante Meridiem ---which means "before noon"---and "PM" stands for Post Meridiem : "after noon." Although digital clocks routinely label noon "12:00 PM" you should avoid this expression not only because it is incorrect, but because many people will imagine you are talking about midnight instead. The same goes for "12:00 AM." Just say or write "noon" or "midnight" when you mean those precise times.

6 am to 12 pm = 6 hours.12 pm to midnight = 12 hours.Therefore, the answer is 18 hours.

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The minute hand and hour hand both move clockwise to mark time and are in the same position at 12 noon or midnight.

The term "meridian" means "midday" or noon.The original definition of the Prime Meridian placed it at the "center" of the day, or noon, when the Sun could be determined as "directly overhead" at some point along the 0Â° meridian. This meant that midnight, the division between days, was at the 180Â° meridian, or "International Date Line", when it was noon in Greenwich. At that point, all points on the globe are marking the same calendar day.Because the Sun arrives overhead earlier east of the Prime Meridian, the time there is already after noon that day. Points west of the Prime Meridian will have their noon later that day, so they are "earlier" in the day.The terms "ante meridiem" (A.M. before noon) and "post meridiem" (P.M. after noon) follow the same convention. When it is afternoon at the Prime Meridian, a new day begins at the Date Line and "moves west" with the passing hours. Except at midnight, the Date Line will indicate a "day later" to its west than to its east.

Midnight is PM and everyone knows it, even though they don't realize it. I meet you Friday Midnight, we will both be there at the same time, and that will be after Noon on Friday, thus it is PM. I don't believe there is a single person that would arrrive Friday AM.

Noon is 12 o'clock, midday. High noon is when the sun is at the highest point in the sky. Theoretically they should be the same thing but due to the day not being exactly 24 hours long they can be at different times.

From 9:00 A.M. to 6:30 P.M. the same day is 9Â½ hours. 9:00 A.M. to noon is 3 hours, and noon to 6:30 P.M. is 6Â½ hours, so 3 + 6Â½ = 9Â½ hours.

The time between one noon and the next at the same place on the planet is 24 hours.

same 04:30 hours only changes after noon so 1 pm = 13:00 hours for example

same 10:00 hours only changes after noon so 1 pm = 13:00 hours for example

the sun is at its precipice at 12 noon everyday. therefore it would have to be a full 24 hours before the sun hit the precipice again.

Noon means the same as 12:00.

It is noon.

GMT is abbreviation for Greenwich Mean Time. The term originally referring to mean solar time at the Royal Observatory in Greenwich, London. Historically the term GMT has been used with two different conventions for numbering hours. The old astronomical convention (before 1 January 1925) was to refer to noon as zero hours, whereas the civil convention during the same period was to refer to midnight as zero hours. The latter convention is modern practice (on and after 1 January 1925) for astronomical as well as civil purposes. The more specific terms UT and UTC do not share this ambiguity, always referring to midnight as zero hours.

Portugal and England are on the same time. Both countries also observe daylight saving time [DST] at the same time. So when it's noon in Lisbon, Portugal, it's also noon in London, England.

AM= Amplitude ModulationIt is a type of modulation technique in which amplitude of the carrier signal vary with respect to the amplitude of message signalbut if u are talking about AM/PM related with time"AM" stands for the Latin phrase Ante Meridiem -which means "before noon"-and "PM" stands for Post Meridiem : "after noon." Although digital clocks routinely label noon "12:00 PM" you should avoid this expression not only because it is incorrect, but because many people will imagine you are talking about midnight instead. The same goes for "12:00 AM." You can say or write "twelve noon," "noon sharp," or "exactly at noon" when you want to designate a precise time.

2400 hours. Military time isn't based on a single time zone, but utilises the same time zone in which operations are being conducted.AnswerMidnight is 0000 hours, NOT 2400 hours! And the US seems to be the only place where it's referred to as 'military time'.

The same as local apparent noon. When the sun is the highest in the sky. This is true. However; to be more specific solar noon is half way between sunrise and sunset. It's at solar noon that a point gets the most direct sunlight of the day. To calculate solar noon you find out how many hours of daylight there are between sunrise and sunset and divide by 2. Add the quotient to the sunrise time and that will give you the solar noon time.

Noon. Portugal and England are in the same time zone.

That can be confusing. AM and PM get mixed up a lot, and it is confusing that the day starts at 12 instead of at 1. Midnight is the one that begins the day, so 12 AM (midnight) on Tuesday happens right after a really late night of 11 pm on Monday. 12 PM, or Noon, is the one when the sun is up in the middle of the day.