W.B.C.S. Reasoning – Clock – W.B.C.S. Exam Short Tricks For Reasoning Questions.
In every Competitive exam specially in WBCS Examination, in both preliminary and W.B.C.S. main exam, one of the most important section is Reasoning. You can score a great marks in competitive exams, if you get a good score in Reasoning test. You can achieve a good marks only if you have a depth knowledge of reasoning skills. Logically and type wise reasoning can be divided into few more sections. Calendar is one of them. Continue reading W.B.C.S. Exam Short Tricks For Reasoning Questions On Clock.
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Now, we will discuss few important reasoning question answer and also discuss chapter Clock in detail.
Basics of Clock
The hands of a clock can have a maximum angle of 180o between them. When this happens, both the hands represent a straight line.
The hands of a clock make right angles twice every hour when they are 15 minutes away from each other.
The two hands of a clock coincide once in every hour.
A clock is very essential for every human being to schedule their daily tasks. The clock theory is related to everyday life.
A clock is an instrument that displays time by dividing it into hours, minutes, and seconds.
It has a circular dial numbered from 1 to 12 that indicates the hours. The circumference of a dial is further divided into 60 equal spaces, that are called the minutes’ spaces.
1 hour = 60 minutes
1 minute = 60 seconds and
1 hour = 3600 seconds
- Between n and (n+1) O`clock, the two hands of a clock will coincide at min past n.
- Between n and (n+1) O`clock, the two hands of a clock will mutually make a right angle at min past n.
- Between n and (n+1) O`clock, the hands of a clock will be in a straight line (without being together) at
- min past n,(when n >6)
- min past n,(when n <6)
- Between n and (n+1) O`clock, the hands of a clock are min apart at min past n. ‘+’ sign indicates that the minute hand is ahead and ‘–‘ sign indicates that the hour hand is ahead.
- If the minute hand of a clock overtakes the hour hand at an interval of min of the correct time, then the clock loses or gains by min.
1 − At what time between 7.15 and 8.15, the hands of a clock will coincide each other?
Answer − A
2 − In what particular time, between 9 and 8 O’clock, both the hands will be at a right angle to each other?
A –and min past 9
B –and min past 9
C –and min past 9
D –and min past 9
Answer − A
and min past 9
3 − In between 12 and 1 O`clock, when will both the hands of a clock form a straight line?
A –min. past 12
B –min. past 12
C –min. past 12
D –min. past 12
Answer − D
min past n
min. past 12
min. past 12 (since n = 12)
4 − In how much time, hands of a clock will be in the 30 min. space apart when they are in between 12 and 1 p.m. on Monday?
A –and min past 12
B –and min past 12
C –and min past 12
D –and min past 12
Answer − C
and min past 12 = and min past 12
5 − The minute hand of a clock overtakes the hour hand at interval of 61 min. then the clock loses or gain by how much time?
Answer − B
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