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Well, the minute hand traverses 360 degrees in 1 hour.

Or 360 degrees/60 minutes = 6 degrees per minute.

So 12 minutes = 6 x 12=72 degrees in 12 minutes.

[Remember 15 minutes = 90 degrees.]

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60 minutes = 1 rotation = 360 degrees So 12 minutes = 360*12/60 = 72 degrees.

In 60 minutes, the minute hand completely circumnavigates the face of the clock,and returns to where it was 60 minutes earlier. That's a travel of 360 degrees.

the answer for "through what angle will the minute hand have turned from 2 o'clock, when the clock shows 10 o'clock?" is 2880 °

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On the clock each minute represents 6 degrees and so 10 minutes is 60 degrees and 25 minutes is 150 degrees

220 degrees

190 degrees is bit more than a straight angle. If you look at a clock face with the minute hand at 312/3 minutes, then going from 12 o'clock to the minute hand makes an angle of 190 degrees.

38.197 minutes.

Clocks are 360 degrees, them being basically a circle on their face, and it is separated into 60 different margins. This equals 6 degrees of rotation per minute.Then you just simply multiply by how many minutes that have passed and you will come out with the angle.

12 minutes is 1/5th of an hour. The minute hand sweeps 360 degrees - a full circle - in one hour. So the angle formed by the start and stop of a 12-minute sweep of the minute hand would be 1/5th of 360 degrees or 72 degrees.

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510 degrees

It will have moved through: (50/60)*360 = 300 degrees

When it is 7:00, the hour hand and minute hand of a 12-hour clock form a 150° angle.

At 3 hours 45 minutes there is not an acute angle between the hands of the clock (unless you extend the hands backwards).

straight angle

Assuming the hour hand moves steadily for the entirety of the hour, the angle formed by the hour and minute hand would be 55 degrees.

60 Minutes

Every minute on a round clock is six degrees. Putting the hands on 12 and 3 (15 minutes) would be a 90 degree angle.

90 degrees

360 times

360 degrees divided by 60 minutes. This equal 6 degrees for each minute. So the angle formed when the minute hand is 1 minute pass 12 will be about 6 degrees minus the hour hnd which may have move just slight pass the hour digit.

Each minute on a clock is 6 degrees. Put one of the hands on 12 and the other hand 17 minutes away.

Each minute is six degrees.