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## How do you convert hours to hours and minutes in Java?

**Program: Write a program to convert the hours into minutes and seconds in Java.**

- import java.io.*;
- import java.util.*;
- class Conversion {
- static void conversion(float hours)
- {
- float minutes, seconds;
- minutes = hours * 60;
- seconds = hours * 3600;

## What is the formula to convert hours to minutes?

How to Convert Hours to Minutes. To convert an hour measurement to a minute measurement, multiply the time by the conversion ratio. **The time in minutes is equal to the hours multiplied by 60**.

## How do you calculate minutes in Java?

Since Java 5, you can use java. util.

…**What you want is the this:**

- divide by 1000 to get the number of seconds -> rest is milliseconds.
- divide that by 60 to get number of minutes -> rest are seconds.
- divide that by 60 to get number of hours -> rest are minutes.

## How do you convert minutes to hours and minutes?

To convert from minutes to hours, **divide the number of minutes by 60**. For example, 120 minutes equals 2 hours because 120/60=2.

## How many minutes are 2 hours?

1. How many minutes in 2 hours? 2 × 60 = 120. The answer is **120 minutes**.

## What is 7 hours and 40 minutes as a decimal?

Common Time to Hours, Minutes, and Seconds Decimal Values

Time | Hours | Minutes |
---|---|---|

07:20:00 | 7.333 hrs | 440 min |

07:30:00 | 7.5 hrs | 450 min |

07:40:00 | 7.667 hrs |
460 min |

07:50:00 | 7.833 hrs | 470 min |

## What does getTime return in Java?

getTime. Returns **the number of milliseconds since January 1, 1970**, 00:00:00 GMT represented by this Date object.

## How do you calculate duration in Java?

Find the time difference between two dates in millisecondes by using the method **getTime**() in Java as d2. getTime() – d1. getTime(). Use date-time mathematical formula to find the difference between two dates.

## How many min are there in a day?

There are **24*60 minutes** in a day (ignoring the imperfections of the natural world, the Earth and Sun). So there are 24*60 valid 24 hour times (excluding seconds) on a digital clock.

## How minutes are in an hour?

Since there are **60 minutes** in one hour, that’s the conversion ratio used in the formula.