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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

I suggest you adopt the decimal clock. 0.1 hour (6 minutes) will be $3.50 or 0.05 hour (3 minutes) will be $1.75 and once you have a policy of using those decimal units, time and therefore the cash amounts will be rounded up to the nearest 0.05 or 0.1 hour.

To answer your question use a calculator and divide the required amount by $35 to obtain a decimal fraction of an hour, in this case $23 will buy 0.657 hour which for practical purposes is an unwieldy figure and for most purposes be rounded up to 0.7 hour (42 minutes).

If greater accuracy is required 0.657 x 60 (minutes) = 39.06.

Lots of workshop environments use the decimal clock and vehicle standard repair times and the resulting charges are decimal, the majority to 0.1 but some to 0.05.

I hope this is helpful...

To answer your question use a calculator and divide the required amount by $35 to obtain a decimal fraction of an hour, in this case $23 will buy 0.657 hour which for practical purposes is an unwieldy figure and for most purposes be rounded up to 0.7 hour (42 minutes).

If greater accuracy is required 0.657 x 60 (minutes) = 39.06.

Lots of workshop environments use the decimal clock and vehicle standard repair times and the resulting charges are decimal, the majority to 0.1 but some to 0.05.

I hope this is helpful...

Jan 21, 2017 | Pro Computers & Internet

3,153,600,000 seconds in a century.

Jun 07, 2015 | Miscellaneous

Divide whatever it is you're measuring by the time. If something happens once an hour then it's frequency is once per hour, or equivalently 24 times per day or 168 times per week or 1/60 times per minute.

Nov 14, 2013 | Office Equipment & Supplies

First, figure out how many heartbeats in a day. We knowthere are 80 beats in a minute, 60 minutes in an hour, and 24 hours in a day.So, multiplying all those numbers together will give the heartbeats in a day: 80 beats 60minutes 24 hours ______ x ___________ x _________ Minute hour day

Cancelling the units and doing the arithmetic:**115,****200 beats/ day**So,at the rate of 115,200 beats per day, how long will it take for a million beats? That requires dividing a 1,000,000 by 115,200:1000000/115,200= 8.68055556 days

That is (almost exactly) 8 days 16 hours and 20 minutes.

Cancelling the units and doing the arithmetic:

That is (almost exactly) 8 days 16 hours and 20 minutes.

Aug 01, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

Any amount of water that reaches the interior circuitry will cause an electronic shortage. Disassemble the back of the calculator and place it on a cotton towel with the open side down, then keep the calculator in a heated area for about 2-3 hours to attempt to dry the water out. Replace the battery and attempt to power-up the device. If you get no power, then it would be relatively cheaper to purchase a new calculator rather than take it to an electronic shop for diagnostic purposes.

Oct 24, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

Found Instructions for EL-1197PIII Calculator, think its the same thing

To set up date, time, conversion rate, and tax/discount rate, place the switch at the "RATE SET" position. Date: · Enter in the order of month, day and year, then press to complete the entry. · Use to separate month, day, and year. · When is pressed, the number entered is evaluated and displayed as “date” if the value is within the following range; “Error” is displayed otherwise, and the previously set date is restored. Month: 1 - 12; day: 1 - 31; Year: 2000 - 2099 (in 4 digits) or 00 - 99 (in 2 digits) Time: · Enter in the order of hour, minutes, then press to complete the entry. (There is no entry available for the seconds value. The clock starts at zero second.) · If the hour/minute digit is less than 10, it is not necessary to enter the first digit “0”. · Use to separate hour and minute values. · When is pressed, the number entered is evaluated and displayed as “time” if the value is within the following range; “Error” is displayed otherwise, and the previously set time is restored. Hour: 0 - 23 (24-hour system for the hour entry), Minute: 0 - 59

To set up date, time, conversion rate, and tax/discount rate, place the switch at the "RATE SET" position. Date: · Enter in the order of month, day and year, then press to complete the entry. · Use to separate month, day, and year. · When is pressed, the number entered is evaluated and displayed as “date” if the value is within the following range; “Error” is displayed otherwise, and the previously set date is restored. Month: 1 - 12; day: 1 - 31; Year: 2000 - 2099 (in 4 digits) or 00 - 99 (in 2 digits) Time: · Enter in the order of hour, minutes, then press to complete the entry. (There is no entry available for the seconds value. The clock starts at zero second.) · If the hour/minute digit is less than 10, it is not necessary to enter the first digit “0”. · Use to separate hour and minute values. · When is pressed, the number entered is evaluated and displayed as “time” if the value is within the following range; “Error” is displayed otherwise, and the previously set time is restored. Hour: 0 - 23 (24-hour system for the hour entry), Minute: 0 - 59

Apr 06, 2010 | Sharp EL-1197P Calculator

You can access the .pdf manual for your particular calculator here:

http://www.sharpusa.com/files/cal_man_EL1750PIII.pdf

Page 1 for how to set date/time:

“RATE SET”: To set the date, time, and tax rate, set this switch at the “RATE SET” position.

**
Date:**

• Enter in the order of month, day and year, then press to complete the entry.

• Use to separate month, day, and year.

• When is pressed, the number entered is evaluated and displayed as “date” if the

value is within the following range; “Error” is displayed otherwise, and the previously set

date is restored.

Month: 1 - 12; day: 1 - 31; Year: 2000 - 2099 (in 4 digits) or 00 - 99 (in 2 digits)

**
Time:**

• Enter in the order of hour, minutes, then press to complete the entry.

(There is no entry available for the seconds value. The clock starts at zero second.)

• If the hour/minute digit is less than 10, it is not necessary to enter the first digit “0”.

• Use to separate hour and minute values.

• When is pressed, the number entered is evaluated and displayed as “time” if the

value is within the following range; “Error” is displayed otherwise, and the previously set

time is restored.

Hour: 0 - 23 (24-hour system for the hour entry), Minute: 0 - 59

http://www.sharpusa.com/files/cal_man_EL1750PIII.pdf

Page 1 for how to set date/time:

“RATE SET”: To set the date, time, and tax rate, set this switch at the “RATE SET” position.

• Use to separate month, day, and year.

• When is pressed, the number entered is evaluated and displayed as “date” if the

value is within the following range; “Error” is displayed otherwise, and the previously set

date is restored.

Month: 1 - 12; day: 1 - 31; Year: 2000 - 2099 (in 4 digits) or 00 - 99 (in 2 digits)

(There is no entry available for the seconds value. The clock starts at zero second.)

• If the hour/minute digit is less than 10, it is not necessary to enter the first digit “0”.

• Use to separate hour and minute values.

• When is pressed, the number entered is evaluated and displayed as “time” if the

value is within the following range; “Error” is displayed otherwise, and the previously set

time is restored.

Hour: 0 - 23 (24-hour system for the hour entry), Minute: 0 - 59

Apr 27, 2009 | Sharp EL-1750PIII Calculator

To set up date, time, conversion rate, and tax/discount

rate, place the switch at the "RATE SET" position.

**Date:**

• Enter in the order of month, day and year, then press date/time button

to complete the entry.

• Use ▪ to separate month, day, and year EXAMPLE 3▪13▪2009.

• When (date/time) button is pressed, the number entered is evaluated

and displayed as “date”

**Time:**

• Enter in the order of hour, minutes, then press date/time button to

complete the entry.

(There is no entry available for the seconds value. The

clock starts at zero second.)

• Use ▪ to separate hour and minute values EXAMPLE 8▪15

• When is date/time button is pressed, the number entered is evaluated

and displayed as “time

When settings are complete place the switch back to GT

rate, place the switch at the "RATE SET" position.

• Enter in the order of month, day and year, then press date/time button

to complete the entry.

• Use ▪ to separate month, day, and year EXAMPLE 3▪13▪2009.

• When (date/time) button is pressed, the number entered is evaluated

and displayed as “date”

• Enter in the order of hour, minutes, then press date/time button to

complete the entry.

(There is no entry available for the seconds value. The

clock starts at zero second.)

• Use ▪ to separate hour and minute values EXAMPLE 8▪15

• When is date/time button is pressed, the number entered is evaluated

and displayed as “time

When settings are complete place the switch back to GT

Mar 11, 2009 | Sharp EL-1197PIII Calculator

GT •RATE SET GRAND TOTAL / RATE SETTING MODE SELECTOR:

“GT”: Grand Total

“•”: Neutral

“RATE SET”: To set the date, time, and tax rate, set this switch at the “RATE SET” position.

Date:

• Enter in the order of month, day and year, then press to complete the entry.

• Use to separate month, day, and year.

• When is pressed, the number entered is evaluated and displayed as “date” if the

value is within the following range; “Error” is displayed otherwise, and the previously set

date is restored.

Month: 1 - 12; day: 1 - 31; Year: 2000 - 2099 (in 4 digits) or 00 - 99 (in 2 digits)

Time:

• Enter in the order of hour, minutes, then press to complete the entry.

(There is no entry available for the seconds value. The clock starts at zero second.)

• If the hour/minute digit is less than 10, it is not necessary to enter the first digit “0”.

• Use to separate hour and minute values.

• When is pressed, the number entered is evaluated and displayed as “time” if the

value is within the following range; “Error” is displayed otherwise, and the previously set

time is restored.

Hour: 0 - 23 (24-hour system for the hour entry), Minute: 0 - 59

“GT”: Grand Total

“•”: Neutral

“RATE SET”: To set the date, time, and tax rate, set this switch at the “RATE SET” position.

Date:

• Enter in the order of month, day and year, then press to complete the entry.

• Use to separate month, day, and year.

• When is pressed, the number entered is evaluated and displayed as “date” if the

value is within the following range; “Error” is displayed otherwise, and the previously set

date is restored.

Month: 1 - 12; day: 1 - 31; Year: 2000 - 2099 (in 4 digits) or 00 - 99 (in 2 digits)

Time:

• Enter in the order of hour, minutes, then press to complete the entry.

(There is no entry available for the seconds value. The clock starts at zero second.)

• If the hour/minute digit is less than 10, it is not necessary to enter the first digit “0”.

• Use to separate hour and minute values.

• When is pressed, the number entered is evaluated and displayed as “time” if the

value is within the following range; “Error” is displayed otherwise, and the previously set

time is restored.

Hour: 0 - 23 (24-hour system for the hour entry), Minute: 0 - 59

Aug 22, 2008 | Sharp EL-1750PIII Calculator

Just enter using this style

**TIME IN**
**TIME OUT**
** HOURS**
10:00
16:50
6:50
10:22
17:34
7:12
9:00
10:00
1:00

the formula in HOURS is Time Out - Time In

the formula in HOURS is Time Out - Time In

Mar 20, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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