# The angles formed by the hands of the clock can be called

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The angles formed by the hands of the clock can be called...

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The angles formed by the hands of the clock can be called...

120°

Step-by-step explanation:

θ=|(60H-11M)|

H = 8

M = 0

θ=|(60*8-11*0)|

θ=|(480-0)|

θ=|(480)|

θ=|480|

θ=480°

since it is more than 360, then we should subtract it

θ=480°-360°

θ=120°

150 degrees

Explanation:

72.5 degrees

Step-by-step explanation:

A analog clock is divided up into 12 sectors, based on the numbers 1–12. One sector represents 30 degrees (360/12 = 30). If the hour hand is directly on the 10, and the minute hand is on the 2, that means there are 4 sectors of 30 degrees between then, thus they are 120 degrees apart (30 * 4 = 120).

Step-by-step explanation:

answer:

13. Reflex Angle

14. Equilateral Triangle

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Obtuse Angle is forty five degrees

right angle

obtuse angle

Let x be the measure of the angle formed by the hands of the clock;

1 turn = 360 degrees

4/12 turn = x degrees

Let's first reduce 4/12 to lowest term and that would be 1/3.

1 : 360 = 1/3 : x

(Cross Multiply)

x = 120 degrees

The measure of the angle formed by the hands of the clock is 120.

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(Every hour is 30 degrees)

Between 7 hours and 25 minutes, it is 2(30) = 60 degrees.

Notice that from 7 o'clock, the short hand is 2 units after 7 and 3 units before 8 o'clock. The degree is 25/60 of an hour or 30 degrees.

To compute the excess, that is 30(25/60)=750/60=12.5 degrees.

Adding the two, we have 60+12.5=72.5 degrees.