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# Clock Questions to Practice for LSAT

Given below are the Clock Questions to Practice for LSAT. Attempt and see how many you get correct.

#### Questions

1. The angle swept by the hour hand of a correct clock from 3 am to 3 pm is
• 360
• 180
• 270
• 90
1. The angle swept by the minute hand of a correct clock from 6 am to 6:45 am is
• 180
• 210
• 270
• None of these
1. The angular value of a minute is
• 30 degrees
• 10 degrees
• 6 degrees
• Cannot be calculated
1. A clock started at 3 p.m. and by 15 minutes past 6, the hour hand has turned through what degrees?
• 195/2
• 173/2
• 153/3
• 198/5
1. If a clock starts at 12 noon, then by how many degrees has the hour hand rotated when it is 7 pm?
• 230
• 210
• 180
• 190
1. What is the angle between the minute hand and the hour hand when the time is 10:15 pm?
• 190
• 210
• 220
• 230
1. At what angle are the hour hand and the minute hand when it is 2:30 pm?
• 100
• 105
• 150
• 170
1. How many times in 3 days are the hands of a clock in the straight line but the same direction?
• 6
• 8
• 10
• 12
1. If a clock starts at 5: 00 pm, then by how many degrees has the hour hand of the clock rotated at 11:00 pm?
• 210
• 180
• 90
• 360
1. The angle between the hour hand and minute hand at 7:20 pm is
• 120
• 180
• 210
• 90

1. (a)
2. (c)
3. (c)
4. (a) Angle covered by hour hand in 12 hours = 360 degrees

Angle covered by hour hand in 3 hours 15 minutes i.e. 13/4 hours = [(360/12 * (13/4)]

= (195/2)o

1. (b)

(360/12) * 7 = 210o

1. (b)

Angle traced by hour hand at 10 pm = (360/12) * 10 = 300o

Angle traced by minute hand in 15 min = (360/60) * 15 = 90o

Required angle = 210o

1. (b)

Angle traced by hour hand at 2:30 pm = (360/12) * (5/2) = 75o

Angle traced by minute hand in 30 min = (360/60) * 30 = 180o

Required angle = 105 degrees

1. (a)
2. (b)

(360/12)* 6 = 180o

1. (d)

Angle traced by hour hand at 7 pm = (360/12) * 7 = 210o

Angle traced by minute hand in 20 min = (360/60) * 20 = 120o

Required angle = 90o

First published on November 4, 2020.

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