Telling time using before and after hours and minutes worksheets, solved worksheet problems or exercises with step-by-step work, formative assessment as online test, calculator and more learning resources to learn, practice, assess and master the basic math skills of **clock and telling time**.

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After 1 hour 20 minutes

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After 6 hours 20 minutes

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Before 3 hours 55 minutes

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After 5 hours 10 minutes

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Before 5 hours 30 minutes

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After 4 hours 20 minutes

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Before 3 hours 25 minutes

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After 1 hours 10 minutes

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Before 1 hours 20 minutes

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After 2 hours 25 minutes

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Before 6 hours 55 minutes

Solved Worksheet Problems

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After 6 hours 20 minutes

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Before 3 hours 55 minutes

3

After 5 hours 10 minutes

4

Before 5 hours 30 minutes

5

After 4 hours 20 minutes

6

Before 3 hours 25 minutes

7

After 1 hours 10 minutes

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Before 1 hours 20 minutes

9

After 2 hours 25 minutes

10

Before 6 hours 55 minutes

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3 hours 55 minutes before 12:25?

1 hour 45 minutes after 12:40?

3 hours 35 minutes after 12:20?

1 hour 35 minutes before 07:15?

1 hour 35 minutes before 05:15?

5 hours 25 minutes before 08:00?

3 hours 35 minutes before 08:30?

2 hours 15 minutes after 09:55?

1 hour 10 minutes before 04:50?

2 hours 45 minutes after 07:50?

Question:

Draw the hour and minute hands position for 12:30

Answer:

To draw the exact position of minute hand of a clock for a given time, you must multiply 6 degree with as many number of minutes. Similarly, the sum of product of 30 degrees with as many number of hours and the product of 0.5 degrees with as many number of minutes. Use the 360 degrees protractor to mark the resulting degrees for hour and minute hands of a clock for given time. When measuring the degrees on the clock face, the 0 degree of 360 degree full protractor and the mark for 12 O'clock on the clock face must be aligned in the same line.

Draw the hour and minute hands position for 12:30

Answer:

To draw the exact position of minute hand of a clock for a given time, you must multiply 6 degree with as many number of minutes. Similarly, the sum of product of 30 degrees with as many number of hours and the product of 0.5 degrees with as many number of minutes. Use the 360 degrees protractor to mark the resulting degrees for hour and minute hands of a clock for given time. When measuring the degrees on the clock face, the 0 degree of 360 degree full protractor and the mark for 12 O'clock on the clock face must be aligned in the same line.