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## What is the velocity of hour hand and minute hand?

Step-by-step explanation: The minute hand of a clock covers 360 deg in 60 min or 6 deg/min. The hour hand of a clock **covers 30 deg in 60 min or 0.5 deg/min**.

## What is the velocity of clock hands?

Hence, the angular velocity of the minute hand on a clock is **π1800rad/s**.

## What is the angular velocity of an hour hand of a clock?

Answer. Answer: the answer is **π/21600 rad /s**.

## What is the angular velocity of second hand and minute hand clock?

Since the minute hand of a clock completes a circular revolution in 60 minutes, the angular velocity of the minute hand is, **ω=2π60×60=π1800=1.75×10-3rad⋅s-1** . Since the hour of a clock completes a circular revolution in 12 hours, the angular velocity of the hour hand is, ω=2π12×60×60=π21600=1.45×10-4rad⋅s-1.

## What is the ratio of hours and minutes?

**1 hour is equal to 60 minutes**. So, 60 hours is equal to 60×60=3600 minutes.

## What is the time between a 9 and 10 clock?

At what time between 9 and 10 o’clock will the hands of a watch be together? Explanation: To be together between 9 and 10 o’clock, the **minute hand has to gain 45 min**.

## How do you find the speed of a clock hand?

You know that the minute hand makes 2pi in one minute (60 seconds). So angular velocity is equal: ω= 2*pi/60 = 1/60 pi. Velocity (perpendicular on the minute hand) is equal to :**v=r x ω=0,055 * 1/60 pi**.

## How many RPM is a clock?

The speed of a clock’s second hand is exactly **1 RPM**.

## How often does the tip of an hour hand on a clock have the same velocity?

Answer: tip of an hour hand on a clock have the same velocity? **once every minute**; once every hour; once every 12 hours; once every 24 hours.

## Is the angular velocity of rotation of hour hand?

Hour-hand of a watch completes one rotation in 12 hours, while earth completes one rotation in 24 hours. So angular velocity of hour-hand is double the angular velocity of the earth. This is because **ω = 2 π T** , where T is the time taken to complete one rotation and ω is the angular velocity.