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One minute is six degrees. Multiply however many minutes the hands are apart by six.

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60 degrees

It is 15 degrees.

0' or 360'

At 6:30, the hour hand is at 195 degrees, the minute hand is at 180 degrees, the second hand would be at 0 degrees. The hour and minute hands would also be 15 degrees apart.

They do not form any angle because they are on top of each other. However a straight line is considered to be 180 degrees and a circle 360 degrees.

15 degrees, each number is separated by 30 degrees (360/12) so if it's a standard wall clock the hour hand will be halfway between 6 and 7 and the minute hand will be pointed at 6, therefore the angle created is half that between the numbers i.e. 15 degrees.

All of them (from zero degrees to 360 degrees), as the hands spin around.

A minute of angle is one sixtyeth of an angle. If you had a circle and took one degrees out from it. Then you split that into 60 parts. 1 part would be a minute of angle.

tan-1(0.8) = 38.65980825 degrees or 38.7 degrees to the nearest tenth.

At 6:00, the hands are 180° apart. In the thirty minutes it takes the minute hand to reach the six, the hour hand will have advanced 15° from the six because it moves at a rate of ½° each minute.

5.75 degrees.

At exactly 1 o'clock, the hour hand will be at an angle of 30 degrees, and the minute and second hands will be at an angle of 0 degrees.

At 6:00, the hands are 180° apart. In the thirty minutes it takes the minute hand to reach the six, the hour hand will have advanced 15° from the six because it moves at a rate of ½° each minute.

At 6:00, the hands are 180° apart. In the thirty minutes it takes the minute hand to reach the six, the hour hand will have advanced 15° from the six because it moves at a rate of ½° each minute.

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.

70

45 degrees

It is 22.5 degrees.

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.

If this is a homework assignment, please consider trying to answer it yourself first, otherwise the value of the reinforcement of the lesson offered by the assignment will be lost on you.If the time is 6:30, then the minute hand is on the six, 180 degrees from 12, and the hour hand is halfway between six and seven, 195 degrees from 12. (If the clock face were 360 degrees, then each hour would be one twelth, or 30 degrees.) The difference between the minute hand (180 degrees) and the hour hand (195 degrees) at 6:30 is 15 degrees.

Each minute is 6 degrees and so it's about 30 degrees

It is: tan^-1*(0.8) = 38.7 degrees

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.

The minute and hour hands form an angle of 60 degrees at 10 o'clock

The angle would be 82.4053 degrees, or 82.4 correct to the nearest tenth of a degree.