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# Time differences example

Learn to find the difference between the times shown on two different analog clocks.  Created by Lindsay Spears.

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• how many second can a hour have
• there are 86400 seconds in a day
• 31,449,600 in a year
• I always feel like these strategies are kind of long. Does anybody have a quicker strategy?
• no they are trying to leave you with no questions.
• Why do you have to go right and left for the video math?
• I'm not sure if I'm understanding you correctly, but are you asking why we have to know the difference between the clock on the right vs the clock on the left?
If so, just imagine that the clock on the left is a snapshot of the clock, and then some time later you take another snapshot of the clock and that is the clock on the right. Then you have to figure out how much time passed (elapsed) from one snapshot to the next.
• Jordyn left her house for school at she stayed at school for 7 hours what time did she get home.
• i leave school at so i really want that school period,i go to a charter school so it's like their trying to make us perfect.
• Time was created a veryyyy long time ago right? ;-;
• I don't really think it was created. When there was a big supernova, then maybe.
• how many mintes are in 2 hours
• A hour has 120 min as 60x2= 120 min
• There are 86,400 seconds a day.