**Angle Between Minute Hand and Second Hand**

**Q1**.

What is the angle between minute hand and second hand when the time is 7h 20m 30s?

**Ans:**

Time given 7h 20m 30s

We need to find the angle between **minute** hand and **second** hand.

Here we need to find the angle between 20m & 30s.

In our tradiotional analog clock integer** 4 **represents 20 and** 6** represents 30.

Now find out the **difference** between 4 and 6.

** 4 - 6 =2**

Now multiply this differece with 30, **A = 2 X 30 = 60**

Now devide the seconds value by 10, **B = 3.0 / 10 =3**

**NOTE**: If number that represents **MINUTE **is **LESS THAN ** that of **SECOND**.Find the **A-B **between the two numbers.Else find the **A + B**.

ie; **Here 4 < 6, so the angle between minute hand and second hand is 60 - 3.0 = 57**

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**Q2**.

What is the angle between minute hand and second hand when time is 3h 35m 40s?

**Ans:**

Time given 3h 35m 40s

7 - 8 = 1

1 X 30 = 30

30 - 4.0 = 26

** The angle between minute hand and second hand is 26.**

**Q3**.

What is the angle between minute hand and second hand when time is 6h 30m 30s?

**Ans:**

Time given 6h 30m 30s

6 - 6 = 0

0 X 30 = 0

0 - 3.0 = 3

**The angle between minute hand and second hand is 3.**

**Q4**.

What is the angle between minute hand and second hand when time is 11h 55m 40s?

**Ans:**

Time given 11h 55m 40s

Here 11 and 8 are the two numbers that represents 55 and 40 repectively.

11 - 8 = 3

3 X 3 = 90

Here **11 > 8, so the angle between minute hand and second hand is 90 + 4.0 = 94**

**Q5**.

What is the angle between minute hand and second hand when time is 11h 35m 20s?

**Ans:**

Time given 11h 35m 20s

7 - 4 = 3

3 X 30 = 90

90 + 2.0 = 92

**The angle between minute hand and second hand is 92.**

**Find the angle between HOUR hand and SECOND hand**

**Q6**.

What is the angle between hour hand and second hand of a clock when the time is 7h 20m 30s?

**Ans:**

The time given 7h 20m 30s

We need to find the angle between **hour** hand and **second** hand.

Here we need to find the angle between 7h & 30s.

In our tradiotional analog clock integer** 6** represents 30.

Now find out the **difference** between 7 and 6.

** 7 - 6 =1**

Now **multiply** this difference with **30**, **A = 1 X 30 = 30**

Now **divide** the **minutes** value by **2** and **add** **1/4**, **B = (20/2)+(1/4) = 10 + 0.25 = 10.25**

*NOTE**: If number that represents HOUR is LESS THAN that of SECOND.Find the A-B between the two numbers.Else find the A + B.*

ie; **Here 7 > 6, so the angle between hour hand and second hand is 30 + 10.25 = 40.25**

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**Q7**.

What is the angle between hour hand and second hand of a clock when the time is 2h 40m 30s?

**Ans:**

The time given 2h 40m 30s

2 - 6 = 4

4 X 30 = 120

120 - 20.25 = 99.75

S**o the angle between hour hand and second hand is 99.75**

**Q8**.

What is the angle between hour hand and second hand of a clock when the time is 5h 30m 30s?

**Ans:**

The time given 5h 30m 30s

5 - 6 = 1

1 X 30 = 30

30 - 15.25 = 14.75

S**o the angle between hour hand and second hand is 14.75**

**Q9**.

What is the angle between hour hand and second hand of a clock when the time is 2h 40m 30s?

**Ans:**

The time given 2h 40m 30s

2 - 6 = 4

4 X 30 = 120

120 - 20.25 = 99.75

S**o the angle between hour hand and second hand is 99.75**

**Q10**.

What is the angle between hour hand and second hand of a clock when the time is 3h 15m 30s?

**Ans:**

The time given 3h 15m 30s

3 - 6 = 3

3 X 30 = 90

90 - 7.75 = 82.25

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