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## What is the angle between the hands of a clock at 12 20 pm?

At 12:20,the minute hand has moved 20 out of 60 possible times from the top of the clock. 20 times 6 degrees is 120 degrees. The angle from the minute hand to the hour hand is simply 360 degrees from the hour hand to minute hand that we calculated above 360 – 110 = **250 degrees**.

## What is the measure of the angle formed by the hands of a clock at 10?

At 10′O clock the hour hand is at 10 and the minute hand is at 12 so the angle formed will be 30*2 =**60 degrees**.

## What is the measure of the angle formed by the hands of the clock at 9 o clock?

The angle made by the hands of the clock is 270 degrees in clockwise direction which is more than 180∘ and less than 360∘. Thus, at 9 o’clock, the angle formed between the hands of the clock is **a reflex angle**.

## What does 12 10 look like on a clock?

Military Time 1210 is: 12:**10 PM** using 12-hour clock notation, 12:10 using 24-hour clock notation.

## What does 12/30 look like on a clock?

12:30 looks like this:

**The short hand points at a little past 12**. The long hand points to 6. The short hand tells us that the hour is 12. The long hand tells us that it’s 30 minutes after 12:00.

## What angle is 7 o clock?

At 7’o clock, the minute hand is at 12 and the hour hand is at 7 i.e. the minute hand is **210 degrees** behind the hour hand (going clockwise). In 20 minutes (i.e. at 7:20), it makes up 330*20/60 = 110 degrees.

## What type of angle is 10 o clock?

Answer: the angle made by 10:00 is **an acute angle**. Step-by-step explanation: here one arm is lying on 10 and another on 12.

## What angle is 8 o clock?

What Is the Clock Angle Formula?

Minutes | Angular Value |
---|---|

6 minutes | 36^{o} |

7 minutes | 42^{o} |

8 minutes | 48^{o} |

9 minutes | 54^{o} |

## How much angle hour hand rotates in 2 hours 20 minutes?

But at 20 past two, i.e., at 2 : 20, the hour-hand has moved 20 minutes towards 12. ∴ the angle between the two hands of the clock at twenty past two = 60° – 10° = **50°**.