State the measure of the angle formed by the minute hand and the hour hand of a clock when the time is
a)

b)

a)
To state:
The measure of the angle formed by the minute hand and the hour hand of a clock when the time is
Given:
The given time is
Calculation:
Consider the picture of the clock that shows the time
A clock is a circle, and a circle always contains 360 degrees.
Since there are 60 minutes on a clock, each minute mark is
At 1:30, the minute hand on the clock will point at 30 minutes, allowing us to calculate it's position on the circle.
Since the clock is divided into 12 parts(hours), therefore the measure of the central angle between any two numbers is onetwelth of the circle.
Hence
That is each hour mark is
b)
To state:
The measure of the angle formed by the minute hand and the hour hand of a clock when the time is
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