Leila is telling the time from an analogue clock.

“The hour hand is pointing to XI and the minute hand is pointing to XII”

She cannot tell what time it is!

Can you help her by using your Roman numeral knowledge?

Leila is telling the time from an analogue clock.

“The hour hand is pointing to XI and the minute hand is pointing to XII”

She cannot tell what time it is!

Can you help her by using your Roman numeral knowledge?

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The answer to the maths problem is 11:00 but in analog it is 11 o’clock.

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ROMAN NUMERALS

1=I

2=II

3=III

4=IV

5=V

6=VI

7=VII

8=VIII

9=IX

10=X

11=XI

12=XII

ON A ANALOGUE CLOCK WHEN

THE HOUR HAND IS POINTING TO 11 AND

THE MINUTE HAND IS POINTING TO 12 ITS 11:00

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ROMAN NUMERALS

1=I

2=II

3=III

4=IV

5=V

6=VI

7=VII

8=VIII

9=IX

10=X

11=XI

12=XII

This means that this number is [XI]=11 and this is [XII]12 The minute hand is on the 12 so its oclock and the hourhand is on the 11 so its 11 oclock.

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