A clock has 60 lines on it; one at each minute interval. Everyone knows that the hour and minute hands point to the same line at 12:00. Can you figure out what time it is for these situations?
The hour hand is exactly on one line, and the minute hand is exactly on the NEXT line.
The hour hand is exactly on one line, and the minute hand is exactly on the PREVIOUS line.
Can you find out the angle between the minute hand and the hour hand at 3:15 on an analog clock? Think hard and then come to a conclusion.
I noticed that in my big wall clock, there is a time when the minute and hour clock are exactly between one and two. Also I notice both hands lie on top of each other.
What is the time I am talking about ?
A clock was correct at midnight.
From that moment it began to lose one minute per hour.
The clock stopped 90 minutes ago showing clock 16:43
What is the correct time now?
The clock runs for less than 24 hours.
On a 12-hour digital clock, what is the smallest interval between two times that are palindromic (can be read forwards and backwards as the same number)?
Length of minute hand of a clock is 14cm and hour hand is 10cm, find the difference of distance covered by the tip these two in 15 min?