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This category is for questions about the methods humans go about measuring the passage of time. You can also find questions about converting one unit of time to another.
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Algebra, Time
A copy machine makes 44 copies per minute How many copies does it make in 3 minutes and 45 seconds?
The copy machine would make 165 copies if it makes 44 copies per minute and 3 minutes and 45 seconds has past. ...
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Time, Length and Distance
How many seconds is one city block?
It is not possible to answer this question because it is too imprecise. City blocks are not all the same size. Furthermore, the time taken to go along one depends on the mode of transport: on foot, on a cycle, or motorised transport. ...
Why don't we end daylight savings time?
To end daylight saving time (and, by the way, it's "daylight saving" without the second "s") nationwide, we'd need an act of Congress. The Uniform Time Act of 1966 established rules for time zones across the United States and a uniform nationwide daylight saving time period, and per that act, states can opt out of daylight saving, but they can't "spring forward" permanently without Congress. In 2019, 36 states have proposals for choosing either standard time...
Effect of potassium bisulphate as a food preservative under various condition?
study of effect of potassium bisulphate as food preservatie under various conditions ...
How many nanosecond are there in 1 year?
Work it out by basic dimensional analysis! One (average) year = 365.24 days One day = 24 hours One hour = 60 minutes One minute = 60 seconds so there are 365.24 * 24 * 60 * 60 seconds in a year. One nanosecond is 10**9 seconds so multiply the above answer by 10**9 (or just shift the decimal point 9 places, it's loads easier) BTW this same approach can be used to convert any comparable sets of units, e.g. miles per hour into metres...
Will crunch bar Hersheys bar or a Reese's cup melt the fastest?
i think s reeses cup will melt the fastest because it has less chocolate and because of past experience reeses has always been the one to eat 1rst because i knew it would melt the fastest ...