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.

Given that a clock is correct at midnight and from that moment it begins to lose 1 minute per hour and stopped an hour and a half ago showing 16:46 the clock runs for less than 24 hours. The current time now is 18:30.

Since the clock loses 1 minute per hour the correct time when it shows 16:46 is 17:00.

It is given that clock stopped an hour and a half ago, hence the correct time is 18:30.

A clock was correct at midnight. From that moment it began to lose three minutes per hour.

The clock stopped two hours ago showing 16:09.

What is the correct time now? The clock runs for less than 24 hours.

From that moment it began to lose four minutes per hour.

If the clock stopped two hours ago showing 16:48, what is the correct time?

Clock A was correct at midnight. From that moment it began to lose four minutes per hour.

The clock stopped two hours ago showing clock B. What is the correct time now? The clock runs for less than 24 hours.

The clock stopped three hours ago showing 12:08pm.

The clock runs for less than 24 hours. What is the correct time now?

Clock A was correct at midnight.

From that moment it began to lose two and a half minutes per hour.

The clock stopped one hour ago showing clock B.

Clock A 00:00 Clock B 17;15