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## 5th grade

### Course: 5th grade > Unit 14

Lesson 1: Converting units of time# Converting units: minutes to hours

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Learn how to convert minutes to hours by dividing the minutes by 60. We demonstrate dividing 549 minutes by 60, resulting in 9.15 hours. The video also shows how to express the answer as a mixed number (9 and 3/20). Created by Sal Khan.

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- At1:06he has the answer 9 hours at the top, and the remainder is 9 minutes at the bottom. Why didn't he just stop right there and say the answer is "9 hours 9 minutes"?(131 votes)
- Because as explained, 60 cannot evenly go into 549. And if you cannot have a remainder then you write your answer as a decimal.(9 votes)

- When we say 9.15 hours, 0.15 is not 15 minutes right?

Rather it's it's a fraction of an hour as a decimal?(12 votes)- You are correct! the .15 is actually 9 minutes.

Nine hours and fifteen minutes would actually be written 9.25 hours because the fifteen minutes is a quarter of an hour. (0.25)(16 votes)

- I am still not sure how you convert seconds into minutes.(12 votes)
- divide by 60 because there are 60 seconds in a minute if you are converting minutes to seconds multiply by 60(9 votes)

- were did you even get those 00 from someone help(0 votes)
- 549 is equal to 549.00 (they are the same number). He just added 2
*blank*decimal places.(2 votes)

- how do you convert hour to minutes(1 vote)
- You just need to remember that there are 60 minutes in every hour. Two hours would be 60 minutes x 2 = 120 minutes.

2.5 hours would be 60 minutes x 2.5 = 150 minutes.(8 votes)

- I don't understand it in grade four(3 votes)
- how many seconds are in a hour(3 votes)
- 3600 seconds✨

6x6= 36

Add 0 to represent the minute

Add another 0 to represent the hour

Now you have 3609

(Btw I spent a lot of time scrolling here)(2 votes)

- How many hours are in 549 minutes? And we can write it as a decimal or a fraction. So essentially, we're going to take 549 minutes and divide them into groups of 60. Why 60? Because we know that one hour is equal to 60 minutes. So it's essentially saying, how many groups of 60 minutes can we divide 549 into. Or another way of thinking about that is, well, what is 549 divided into groups of 60. This is how many hours we're going to have. So let's do that. Let's take 549 and divide it by 60. So let's see, 6 goes into 54 9 times. So 60 is going to go into 540 9 times. We're going to have a little bit left over. So we have 9 times 60 is 540. We subtract. We have 9 left over. And now let's see, we have a little left over, so we're going to get a decimal. So let's put a decimal place right over here and let's throw some 0's over there. Let's bring down a 0. So we bring down a 0. 60 goes into 90 1 time. 1 times 60 is 60. And we subtract. We get 30. Let's bring down another 0. And so we get to 300. 60 goes into 300 5 times. 5 times 60, 6 times 6 is 30, so 5 times 60 is 300. Subtract and we areHow many hours are in 549 minutes? And we can write it as a decimal or a fraction. So essentially, we're going to take 549 minutes and divide them into groups of 60. Why 60? Because we know that one hour is equal to 60 minutes. So it's essentially saying, how many groups of 60 minutes can we divide 549 into. Or another way of thinking about that is, well, what is 549 divided into groups of 60. This is how many hours we're going to have. So let's do that. Let's take 549 and divide it by 60. So let's see, 6 goes into 54 9 times. So 60 is going to go into 540 9 times. We're going to have a little bit left over. So we have 9 times 60 is 540. We subtract. We have 9 left over. And now let's see, we have a little left over, so we're going to get a decimal. So let's put a decimal place right over here and let's throw some 0's over there. Let's bring down a 0. So we bring down a 0. 60 goes into 90 1 time. 1 times 60 is 60. And we subtract. We get 30. Let's bring down another 0. And so we get to 300. 60 goes into 300 5 times. 5 times 60, 6 times 6 is 30, so 5 times 60 is 300. Subtract and we areHow many hours are in 549 minutes? And we can write it as a decimal or a fraction. So essentially, we're going to take 549 minutes and divide them into groups of 60. Why 60? Because we know that one hour is equal to 60 minutes. So it's essentially saying, how many groups of 60 minutes can we divide 549 into. Or another way of thinking about that is, well, what is 549 divided into groups of 60. This is how many hours we're going to have. So let's do that. Let's take 549 and divide it by 60. So let's see, 6 goes into 54 9 times. So 60 is going to go into 540 9 times. We're going to have a little bit left over. So we have 9 times 60 is 540. We subtract. We have 9 left over. And now let's see, we have a little left over, so we're going to get a decimal. So let's put a decimal place right over here and let's throw some 0's over there. Let's bring down a 0. So we bring down a 0. 60 goes into 90 1 time. 1 times 60 is 60. And we subtract. We get 30. Let's bring down another 0. And so we get to 300. 60 goes into 300 5 times. 5 times 60, 6 times 6 is 30, so 5 times 60 is 300. Subtract and we areHow many hours are in 549 minutes? And we can write it as a decimal or a fraction. So essentially, we're going to take 549 minutes and divide them into groups of 60. Why 60? Because we know that one hour is equal to 60 minutes. So it's essentially saying, how many groups of 60 minutes can we divide 549 into. Or another way of thinking about that is, well, what is 549 divided into groups of 60. This is how many hours we're going to have. So let's do that. Let's take 549 and divide it by 60. So let's see, 6 goes into 54 9 times. So 60 is going to go into 540 9 times. We're going to have a little bit left over. So we have 9 times 60 is 540. We subtract. We have 9 left over. And now let's see, we have a little left over, so we're going to get a decimal. So let's put a decimal place right over here and let's throw some 0's over there. Let's bring down a 0. So we bring down a 0. 60 goes into 90 1 time. 1 times 60 is 60. And we subtract. We get 30. Let's bring down another 0. And so we get to 300. 60 goes into 300 5 times. 5 times 60, 6 times 6 is 30, so 5 times 60 is 300. Subtract and we areHow many hours are in 549 minutes? And we can write it as a decimal or a fraction. So essentially, we're going to take 549 minutes and divide them into groups of 60. Why 60? Because we know that one hour is equal to 60 minutes. So it's essentially saying, how many groups of 60 minutes can we divide 549 into. Or another way of thinking about that is, well, what is 549 divided into groups of 60. This is how many hours we're going to have. So let's do that. Let's take 549 and divide it by 60. So let's see, 6 goes into 54 9 times. So 60 is going to go into 540 9 times. We're going to have a little bit left over. So we have 9 times 60 is 540. We subtract. We have 9 left over. And now let's see, we have a little left over, so we're going to get a decimal. So let's put a decimal place right over here and let's throw some 0's over there. Let's bring down a 0. So we bring down a 0. 60 goes into 90 1 time. 1 times 60 is 60. And we subtract. We get 30. Let's bring down another 0. And so we get to 300. 60 goes into 300 5 times. 5 times 60, 6 times 6 is 30, so 5 times 60 is 300. Subtract and we areHow many hours are in 549 minutes? And we can write it as a decimal or a fraction. So essentially, we're going to take 549 minutes and divide them into groups of 60. Why 60? Because we know that one hour is equal to 60 minutes. So it's essentially saying, how many groups of 60 minutes can we divide 549 into. Or another way of thinking about that is, well, what is 549 divided into groups of 60. This is how many hours we're going to have. So let's do that. Let's take 549 and divide it by 60. So let's see, 6 goes into 54 9 times. So 60 is going to go into 540 9 times. We're going to have a little bit left over. So we have 9 times 60 is 540. We subtract. We have 9 left over. And now let's see, we have a little left over, so we're going to get a decimal. So let's put a decimal place right over here and let's throw some 0's over there. Let's bring down a 0. So we bring down a 0. 60 goes into 90 1 time. 1 times 60 is 60. And we subtract. We get 30. Let's bring down another 0. And so we get to 300. 60 goes into 300 5 times. 5 times 60, 6 times 6 is 30, so 5 times 60 is 300. Subtract and we areHow many hours are in 549 minutes? And we can write it as a decimal or a fraction. So essentially, we're going to take 549 minutes and divide them into groups of 60. Why 60? Because we know that one hour is equal to 60 minutes. So it's essentially saying, how many groups of 60 minutes can we divide 549 into. Or another way of thinking about that is, well, what is 549 divided into groups of 60. This is how many hours we're going to have. So let's do that. Let's take 549 and divide it by 60. So let's see, 6 goes into 54 9 times. So 60 is going to go into 540 9 times. We're going to have a little bit left over. So we have 9 times 60 is 540. We subtract. We have 9 left over. And now let's see, we have a little left over, so we're going to get a decimal. So let's put a decimal place right over here and let's throw some 0's over there. Let's bring down a 0. So we bring down a 0. 60 goes into 90 1 time. 1 times 60 is 60. And we subtract. We get 30. Let's bring down another 0. And so we get to 300. 60 goes into 300 5 times. 5 times 60, 6 times 6 is 30, so 5 times 60 is 300. Subtract and we areHow many hours are in 549 minutes? And we can write it as a decimal or a fraction. So essentially, we're going to take 549 minutes and divide them into groups of 60. Why 60? Because we know that one hour is equal to 60 minutes. So it's essentially saying, how many groups of 60 minutes can we divide 549 into. Or another way of thinking about that is, well, what is 549 divided into groups of 60. This is how many hours we're going to have. So let's do that. Let's take 549 and divide it by 60. So let's see, 6 goes into 54 9 times. So 60 is going to go into 540 9 times. We're going to have a little bit left over. So we have 9 times 60 is 540. We subtract. We have 9 left over. And now let's see, we have a little left over, so we're going to get a decimal. So let's put a decimal place right over here and let's throw some 0's over there. Let's bring down a 0. So we bring down a 0. 60 goes into 90 1 time. 1 times 60 is 60. And we subtract. We get 30. Let's bring down another 0. And so we get to 300. 60 goes into 300 5 times. 5 times 60, 6 times 6 is 30, so 5 times 60 is 300. Subtract and we areHow many hours are in 549 minutes? And we can write it as a decimal or a fraction. So essentially, we're going to take 549 minutes and divide them into groups of 60. Why 60? Because we know that one hour is equal to 60 minutes. So it's essentially saying, how many groups of 60 minutes can we divide 549 into. Or another way of thinking about that is, well, what is 549 divided into groups of 60. This is how many hours we're going to have. So let's do that. Let's take 549 and divide it by 60. So let's see, 6 goes into 54 9 times. So 60 is going to go into 540 9 times. We're going to have a little bit left over. So we have 9 times 60 is 540. We subtract. We have 9 left over. And now let's see, we have a little left over, so we're going to get a decimal. So let's put a decimal place right over here and let's throw some 0's over there. Let's bring down a 0. So we bring down a 0. 60 goes into 90 1 time. 1 times 60 is 60. And we subtract. We get 30. Let's bring down another 0. And so we get to 300. 60 goes into 300 5 times. 5 times 60, 6 times 6 is 30, so 5 times 60 is 300. Subtract and we areHow many hours are in 549 minutes? And we can write it as a decimal or a fraction. So essentially, we're going to take 549 minutes and divide them into groups of 60. Why 60? Because we know that one hour is equal to 60 minutes. So it's essentially saying, how many groups of 60 minutes can we divide 549 into. Or another way of thinking about that is, well, what is 549 divided into groups of 60. This is how many hours we're going to have. So let's do that. Let's take 549 and divide it by 60. So let's see, 6 goes into 54 9 times. So 60 is going to go into 540 9 times. We're going to have a little bit left over. So we have 9 times 60 is 540. We subtract. We have 9 left over. And now let's see, we have a little left over, so we're going to get a decimal. So let's put a decimal place right over here and let's throw some 0's over there. Let's bring down a 0. So we bring down a 0. 60 goes into 90 1 time. 1 times 60 is 60. And we subtract. We get 30. Let's bring down another 0. And so we get to 300. 60 goes into 300 5 times. 5 times 60, 6 times 6 is 30, so 5 times 60 is 300. Subtract and we areHow many hours are in 549 minutes? And we can write it as a decimal or a fraction. So essentially, we're going to take 549 minutes and divide them into groups of 60. Why 60? Because we know that one hour is equal to 60 minutes. So it's essentially saying, how many groups of 60 minutes can we divide 549 into. Or another way of thinking about that is, well, what is 549 divided into groups of 60. This is how many hours we're going to have. So let's do that. Let's take 549 and divide it by 60. So let's see, 6 goes into 54 9 times. So 60 is going to go into 540 9 times. We're going to have a little bit left over. So we have 9 times 60 is 540. We subtract. We have 9 left over. And now let's see, we have a little left over, so we're going to get a decimal. So let's put a decimal place right over here and let's throw some 0's over there. Let's bring down a 0. So we bring down a 0. 60 goes into 90 1 time. 1 times 60 is 60. And we subtract. We get 30. Let's bring down another 0. And so we get to 300. 60 goes into 300 5 times. 5 times 60, 6 times 6 is 30, so 5 times 60 is 300. Subtract and we areHow many hours are in 549 minutes? And we can write it as a decimal or a fraction. So essentially, we're going to take 549 minutes and divide them into groups of 60. Why 60? Because we know that one hour is equal to 60 minutes. So it's essentially saying, how many groups of 60 minutes can we divide 549 into. Or another way of thinking about that is, well, what is 549 divided into groups of 60. This is how many hours we're going to have. So let's do that. Let's take 549 and divide it by 60. So let's see, 6 goes into 54 9 times. So 60 is going to go into 540 9 times. We're going to have a little bit left over. So we have 9 times 60 is 540. We subtract. We have 9 left over. And now let's see, we have a little left over, so we're going to get a decimal. So let's put a decimal place right over here and let's throw some 0's over there. Let's bring down a 0. So we bring down a 0. 60 goes into 90 1 time. 1 times 60 is 60. And we subtract. We get 30. Let's bring down another 0. And so we get to 300. 60 goes into 300 5 times. 5 times 60, 6 times 6 is 30, so 5 times 60 is 300. Subtract and we areHow many hours are in 549 minutes? And we can write it as a decimal or a fraction. So essentially, we're going to take 549 minutes and divide them into groups of 60. Why 60? Because we know that one hour is equal to 60 minutes. So it's essentially saying, how many groups of 60 minutes can we divide 549 into. Or another way of thinking about that is, well, what is 549 divided into groups of 60. This is how many hours we're going to have. So let's do that. Let's take 549 and divide it by 60. So let's see, 6 goes into 54 9 times. So 60 is going to go into 540 9 times. We're going to have a little bit left over. So we have 9 times 60 is 540. We subtract. We have 9 left over. And now let's see, we have a little left over, so we're going to get a decimal. So let's put a decimal place right over here and let's throw some 0's over there. Let's bring down a 0. So we bring down a 0. 60 goes into 90 1 time. 1 times 60 is 60. And we subtract. We get 30. Let's bring down another 0. And so we get to 300. 60 goes into 300 5 times. 5 times 60, 6 times 6 is 30, so 5 times 60 is 300. Subtract and we areHow many hours are in 549 minutes? And we can write it as a decimal or a fraction. So essentially, we're going to take 549 minutes and divide them into groups of 60. Why 60? Because we know that one hour is equal to 60 minutes. So it's essentially saying, how many groups of 60 minutes can we divide 549 into. Or another way of thinking about that is, well, what is 549 divided into groups of 60. This is how many hours we're going to have. So let's do that. Let's take 549 and divide it by 60. So let's see, 6 goes into 54 9 times. So 60 is going to go into 540 9 times. We're going to have a little bit left over. So we have 9 times 60 is 540. We subtract. We have 9 left over. And now let's see, we have a little left over, so we're going to get a decimal. So let's put a decimal place right over here and let's throw some 0's over there. Let's bring down a 0. So we bring down a 0. 60 goes into 90 1 time. 1 times 60 is 60. And we subtract. We get 30. Let's bring down another 0. And so we get to 300. 60 goes into 300 5 times. 5 times 60, 6 times 6 is 30, so 5 times 60 is 300. Subtract and we areHow many hours are in 549 minutes? And we can write it as a decimal or a fraction. So essentially, we're going to take 549 minutes and divide them into groups of 60. Why 60? Because we know that one hour is equal to 60 minutes. So it's essentially saying, how many groups of 60 minutes can we divide 549 into. Or another way of thinking about that is, well, what is 549 divided into groups of 60. This is how many hours we're going to have. So let's do that. Let's take 549 and divide it by 60. So let's see, 6 goes into 54 9 times. So 60 is going to go into 540 9 times. We're going to have a little bit left over. So we have 9 times 60 is 540. We subtract. We have 9 left over. And now let's see, we have a little left over, so we're going to get a decimal. So let's put a decimal place right over here and let's throw some 0's over there. Let's bring down a 0. So we bring down a 0. 60 goes into 90 1 time. 1 times 60 is 60. And we subtract. We get 30. Let's bring down another 0. And so we get to 300. 60 goes into 300 5 times. 5 times 60, 6 times 6 is 30, so 5 times 60 is 300. Subtract and we areHow many hours are in 549 minutes? And we can write it as a decimal or a fraction. So essentially, we're going to take 549 minutes and divide them into groups of 60. Why 60? Because we know that one hour is equal to 60 minutes. So it's essentially saying, how many groups of 60 minutes can we divide 549 into. Or another way of thinking about that is, well, what is 549 divided into groups of 60. This is how many hours we're going to have. So let's do that. Let's take 549 and divide it by 60. So let's see, 6 goes into 54 9 times. So 60 is going to go into 540 9 times. We're going to have a little bit left over. So we have 9 times 60 is 540. We subtract. We have 9 left over. And now let's see, we have a little left over, so we're going to get a decimal. So let's put a decimal place right over here and let's throw some 0's over there. Let's bring down a 0. So we bring down a 0. 60 goes into 90 1 time. 1 times 60 is 60. And we subtract. We get 30. Let's bring down another 0. And so we get to 300. 60 goes into 300 5 times. 5 times 60, 6 times 6 is 30, so 5 times 60 is 300. Subtract and we areHow many hours are in 549 minutes? And we can write it as a decimal or a fraction. So essentially, we're going to take 549 minutes and divide them into groups of 60. Why 60? Because we know that one hour is equal to 60 minutes. So it's essentially saying, how many groups of 60 minutes can we divide 549 into. Or another way of thinking about that is, well, what is 549 divided into groups of 60. This is how many hours we're going to have. So let's do that. Let's take 549 and divide it by 60. So let's see, 6 goes into 54 9 times. So 60 is going to go into 540 9 times. We're going to have a little bit left over. So we have 9 times 60 is 540. We subtract. We have 9 left over. And now let's see, we have a little left over, so we're going to get a decimal. So let's put a decimal place right over here and let's throw some 0's over there. Let's bring down a 0. So we bring down a 0. 60 goes into 90 1 time. 1 times 60 is 60. And we subtract. We get 30. Let's bring down another 0. And so we get to 300. 60 goes into 300 5 times. 5 times 60, 6 times 6 is 30, so 5 times 60 is 300. Subtract and we areHow many hours are in 549 minutes? And we can write it as a decimal or a fraction. So essentially, we're going to take 549 minutes and divide them into groups of 60. Why 60? Because we know that one hour is equal to 60 minutes. So it's essentially saying, how many groups of 60 minutes can we divide 549 into. Or another way of thinking about that is, well, what is 549 divided into groups of 60. This is how many hours we're going to have. So let's do that. Let's take 549 and divide it by 60. So let's see, 6 goes into 54 9 times. So 60 is going to go into 540 9 times. We're going to have a little bit left over. So we have 9 times 60 is 540. We subtract. We have 9 left over. And now let's see, we have a little left over, so we're going to get a decimal. So let's put a decimal place right over here and let's throw some 0's over there. Let's bring down a 0. So we bring down a 0. 60 goes into 90 1 time. 1 times 60 is 60. And we subtract. We get 30. Let's bring down another 0. And so we get to 300. 60 goes into 300 5 times. 5 times 60, 6 times 6 is 30, so 5 times 60 is 300. Subtract and we areHow many hours are in 549 minutes? And we can write it as a decimal or a fraction. So essentially, we're going to take 549 minutes and divide them into groups of 60. Why 60? Because we know that one hour is equal to 60 minutes. So it's essentially saying, how many groups of 60 minutes can we divide 549 into. Or another way of thinking about that is, well, what is 549 divided into groups of 60. This is how many hours we're going to have. So let's do that. Let's take 549 and divide it by 60. So let's see, 6 goes into 54 9 times. So 60 is going to go into 540 9 times. We're going to have a little bit left over. So we have 9 times 60 is 540. We subtract. We have 9 left over. And now let's see, we have a little left over, so we're going to get a decimal. So let's put a decimal place right over here and let's throw some 0's over there. Let's bring down a 0. So we bring down a 0. 60 goes into 90 1 time. 1 times 60 is 60. And we subtract. We get 30. Let's bring down another 0. And so we get to 300. 60 goes into 300 5 times. 5 times 60, 6 times 6 is 30, so 5 times 60 is 300. Subtract and we areHow many hours are in 549 minutes? And we can write it as a decimal or a fraction. So essentially, we're going to take 549 minutes and divide them into groups of 60. Why 60? Because we know that one hour is equal to 60 minutes. So it's essentially saying, how many groups of 60 minutes can we divide 549 into. Or another way of thinking about that is, well, what is 549 divided into groups of 60. This is how many hours we're going to have. So let's do that. Let's take 549 and divide it by 60. So let's see, 6 goes into 54 9 times. So 60 is going to go into 540 9 times. We're going to have a little bit left over. So we have 9 times 60 is 540. We subtract. We have 9 left over. And now let's see, we have a little left over, so we're going to get a decimal. So let's put a decimal place right over here and let's throw some 0's over there. Let's bring down a 0. So we bring down a 0. 60 goes into 90 1 time. 1 times 60 is 60. And we subtract. We get 30. Let's bring down another 0. And so we get to 300. 60 goes into 300 5 times. 5 times 60, 6 times 6 is 30, so 5 times 60 is 300. Subtract and we areHow many hours are in 549 minutes? And we can write it as a decimal or a fraction. So essentially, we're going to take 549 minutes and divide them into groups of 60. Why 60? Because we know that one hour is equal to 60 minutes. So it's essentially saying, how many groups of 60 minutes can we divide 549 into. Or another way of thinking about that is, well, what is 549 divided into groups of 60. This is how many hours we're going to have. So let's do that. Let's take 549 and divide it by 60. So let's see, 6 goes into 54 9 times. So 60 is going to go into 540 9 times. We're going to have a little bit left over. So we have 9 times 60 is 540. We subtract. We have 9 left over. And now let's see, we have a little left over, so we're going to get a decimal. So let's put a decimal place right over here and let's throw some 0's over there. Let's bring down a 0. So we bring down a 0. 60 goes into 90 1 time. 1 times 60 is 60. And we subtract. We get 30. Let's bring down another 0. And so we get to 300. 60 goes into 300 5 times. 5 times 60, 6 times 6 is 30, so 5 times 60 is 300. Subtract and we areHow many hours are in 549 minutes? And we can write it as a decimal or a fraction. So essentially, we're going to take 549 minutes and divide them into groups of 60. Why 60? Because we know that one hour is equal to 60 minutes. So it's essentially saying, how many groups of 60 minutes can we divide 549 into. Or another way of thinking about that is, well, what is 549 divided into groups of 60. This is how many hours we're going to have. So let's do that. Let's take 549 and divide it by 60. So let's see, 6 goes into 54 9 times. So 60 is going to go into 540 9 times. We're going to have a little bit left over. So we have 9 times 60 is 540. We subtract. We have 9 left over. And now let's see, we have a little left over, so we're going to get a decimal. So let's put a decimal place right over here and let's throw some 0's over there. Let's bring down a 0. So we bring down a 0. 60 goes into 90 1 time. 1 times 60 is 60. And we subtract. We get 30. Let's bring down another 0. And so we get to 300. 60 goes into 300 5 times. 5 times 60, 6 times 6 is 30, so 5 times 60 is 300. Subtract and we areHow many hours are in 549 minutes? And we can write it as a decimal or a fraction. So essentially, we're going to take 549 minutes and divide them into groups of 60. Why 60? Because we know that one hour is equal to 60 minutes. So it's essentially saying, how many groups of 60 minutes can we divide 549 into. Or another way of thinking about that is, well, what is 549 divided into groups of 60. This is how many hours we're going to have. So let's do that. Let's take 549 and divide it by 60. So let's see, 6 goes into 54 9 times. So 60 is going to go into 540 9 times. We're going to have a little bit left over. So we have 9 times 60 is 540. We subtract. We have 9 left over. And now let's see, we have a little left over, so we're going to get a decimal. So let's put a decimal place right over here and let's throw some 0's over there. Let's bring down a 0. So we bring down a 0. 60 goes into 90 1 time. 1 times 60 is 60. And we subtract. We get 30. Let's bring down another 0. And so we get to 300. 60 goes into 300 5 times. 5 times 60, 6 times 6 is 30, so 5 times 60 is 300. Subtract and we areHow many hours are in 549 minutes? And we can write it as a decimal or a fraction. So essentially, we're going to take 549 minutes and divide them into groups of 60. Why 60? Because we know that one hour is equal to 60 minutes. So it's essentially saying, how many groups of 60 minutes can we divide 549 into. Or another way of thinking about that is, well, what is 549 divided into groups of 60. This is how many hours we're going to have. So let's do that. Let's take 549 and divide it by 60. So let's see, 6 goes into 54 9 times. So 60 is going to go into 540 9 times. We're going to have a little bit left over. So we have 9 times 60 is 540. We subtract. We have 9 left over. And now let's see, we have a little left over, so we're going to get a decimal. So let's put a decimal place right over here and let's throw some 0's over there. Let's bring down a 0. So we bring down a 0. 60 goes into 90 1 time. 1 times 60 is 60. And we subtract. We get 30. Let's bring down another 0. And so we get to 300. 60 goes into 300 5 times. 5 times 60, 6 times 6 is 30, so 5 times 60 is 300. Subtract and we areHow many hours are in 549 minutes? And we can write it as a decimal or a fraction. So essentially, we're going to take 549 minutes and divide them into groups of 60. Why 60? Because we know that one hour is equal to 60 minutes. So it's essentially saying, how many groups of 60 minutes can we divide 549 into. Or another way of thinking about that is, well, what is 549 divided into groups of 60. This is how many hours we're going to have. So let's do that. Let's take 549 and divide it by 60. So let's see, 6 goes into 54 9 times. So 60 is going to go into 540 9 times. We're going to have a little bit left over. So we have 9 times 60 is 540. We subtract. We have 9 left over. And now let's see, we have a little left over, so we're going to get a decimal. So let's put a decimal place right over here and let's throw some 0's over there. Let's bring down a 0. So we bring down a 0. 60 goes into 90 1 time. 1 times 60 is 60. And we subtract. We get 30. Let's bring down another 0. And so we get to 300. 60 goes into 300 5 times. 5 times 60, 6 times 6 is 30, so 5 times 60 is 300. Subtract and we areHow many hours are in 549 minutes? And we can write it as a decimal or a fraction. So essentially, we're going to take 549 minutes and divide them into groups of 60. Why 60? Because we know that one hour is equal to 60 minutes. So it's essentially saying, how many groups of 60 minutes can we divide 549 into. Or another way of thinking about that is, well, what is 549 divided into groups of 60. This is how many hours we're going to have. So let's do that. Let's take 549 and divide it by 60. So let's see, 6 goes into 54 9 times. So 60 is going to go into 540 9 times. We're going to have a little bit left over. So we have 9 times 60 is 540. We subtract. We have 9 left over. And now let's see, we have a little left over, so we're going to get a decimal. So let's put a decimal place right over here and let's throw some 0's over there. Let's bring down a 0. So we bring down a 0. 60 goes into 90 1 time. 1 times 60 is 60. And we subtract. We get 30. Let's bring down another 0. And so we get to 300. 60 goes into 300 5 times. 5 times 60, 6 times 6 is 30, so 5 times 60 is 300. Subtract and we areHow many hours are in 549 minutes? And we can write it as a decimal or a fraction. So essentially, we're going to take 549 minutes and divide them into groups of 60. Why 60? Because we know that one hour is equal to 60 minutes. So it's essentially saying, how many groups of 60 minutes can we divide 549 into. Or another way of thinking about that is, well, what is 549 divided into groups of 60. This is how many hours we're going to have. So let's do that. Let's take 549 and divide it by 60. So let's see, 6 goes into 54 9 times. So 60 is going to go into 540 9 times. We're going to have a little bit left over. So we have 9 times 60 is 540. We subtract. We have 9 left over. And now let's see, we have a little left over, so we're going to get a decimal. So let's put a decimal place right over here and let's throw some 0's over there. Let's bring down a 0. So we bring down a 0. 60 goes into 90 1 time. 1 times 60 is 60. And we subtract. We get 30. Let's bring down another 0. And so we get to 300. 60 goes into 300 5 times. 5 times 60, 6 times 6 is 30, so 5 times 60 is 300. Subtract and we are How many hours are in 549 minutes? And we can write it as a decimal or a fraction. So essentially, we're going to take 549 minutes and divide them into groups of 60. Why 60? Because we know that one hour is equal to 60 minutes. So it's essential(3 votes)

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How many hours are
in 549 minutes? And we can write it as
a decimal or a fraction. So essentially, we're
going to take 549 minutes and divide them
into groups of 60. Why 60? Because we know that one
hour is equal to 60 minutes. So it's essentially saying, how
many groups of 60 minutes can we divide 549 into. Or another way of
thinking about that is, well, what is 549
divided into groups of 60. This is how many hours
we're going to have. So let's do that. Let's take 549 and
divide it by 60. So let's see, 6 goes
into 54 9 times. So 60 is going to
go into 540 9 times. We're going to have a
little bit left over. So we have 9 times 60 is 540. We subtract. We have 9 left over. And now let's see, we
have a little left over, so we're going to get a decimal. So let's put a decimal
place right over here and let's throw
some 0's over there. Let's bring down a 0. So we bring down a 0. 60 goes into 90 1 time. 1 times 60 is 60. And we subtract. We get 30. Let's bring down another 0. And so we get to 300. 60 goes into 300 5 times. 5 times 60, 6 times 6 is
30, so 5 times 60 is 300. Subtract and we are done. So you divide 549
into groups of 60. You can divide it into
9.15 groups of 60 minutes. A group of 60
minutes is an hour. So this 549 minutes
is 9.15 hours. I want to make sure that we
can visualize that properly. So let's actually construct
what 9.15 hours looks like. So let me draw a little
line here, and on the top I'll label Hours, and on the
bottom I'll label Minutes. So this is 0 hours, 0 minutes. And now we have 1 hour,
which is 60 minutes. Now we have 2 hours,
which is 120 minutes. Then you have 3 hours,
which is 180 minutes. Then you have 4 hours,
which is 240 minutes. 5 hours is 300 minutes. 6 hours is 360 minutes. 7 hours, I might be running out
of space, is for 420 minutes. Let me copy and paste
this someplace where I have more real estate. So let me clear that. And then let me
paste that someplace where I don't run into
my other math that I did. All right. So then you have 8
hours is 480 minutes. And then you have 9 hours. Notice, I'm just adding
60 minutes every time. 9 hours is 540 minutes. Or another way you could
think about it is, well, if each hour is 60,
9 times 60 is 540. And we don't want
to go to just 540. We have another 9 left. So then we have to go another
9 minutes to go to 549. So you have 9 minutes left over. So another way of thinking about
this, is that 549 is 9 hours. And then you have 9
minutes left over. And 9 minutes is what
fraction of an hour? Well, 60 minutes
is a whole hour. So 9 minutes is 9/60 of an hour. So you could write it this way. It's 9 and 9/60 hours. Or we could write this as
an equivalent fraction. 9/60 is the same
thing if we divide the numerator and
the denominator by 3, is the same thing as 3/20. So we could write
this as 9 and 3/20. And 3/20, well we could figure
out what that is going to be. Let's see, 20 divided by 3. It's definitely
going to be smaller than 1, because 3
is smaller than 20. So let's throw some 0's on here. 20 doesn't go into 3, but
it does go into 30 1 time. 1 times 20 is 20. Subtract, we get a 10. Bring down a 0. 20 goes into 100 5 times. 5 times 20 is 100. And we are done. So notice, 3 over 20 is
the exact same thing. So 9 and 3/20 is the exact
same thing as 9 and 15/100. These are all
equivalent answers.