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# What time would it be 6 hours 25 minutes after 4:12 p.m.?

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Hint: To get the time 6 hours 25 minutes after 4:12 p.m., we are going to add 6 in the hours’ position in the time 4:12 p.m. and also add 25 minutes into the minutes’ position of the given time. In this way, we can find the time 6 hours 25 minutes after 4:12 p.m.

In the above problem, we have given the time 4:12 p.m. and are asked to find the time after 6 hours 25 minutes. Now, to get the time, we will add 6 hours to the hours’ position in the given time at 4:12 p.m. In hours position, you can see 4 so we are going to add 6 into 4 and we get,
(4 + 6):12p.m
The addition result of the above expression is as follows:
10:12p.m.
Now, we are going to add 25 minutes into the minutes’ position of the given time at 4:12 p.m. In the minutes’ position, you can see 12 so we are going to add 25 into 12 and we get,
$10:\left( 12+25 \right)p.m.$
Adding 12 and 25 in the above expression and we get,
$10:37p.m.$
From the above solution, we got 10:37 p.m. would be the time 6 hours 25 minutes after 4:12 p.m.

Note: To solve the above problem, you must know what is the hours and minutes position in the time of this form 4:12 p.m. Then we can add the hours and minutes to the respective position in the given time. As in the above problem, the addition of the minutes is less than 60 but if you get the addition of the numbers at the minute position greater than 60 then we have to add 1 to the hours’ place.
For e.g., if we have asked to find the time after 6 hours 50 minutes then on adding the hours and minutes to the respective position we get,
\begin{align} & \left( 4+6 \right):\left( 12+50 \right)p.m. \\ & =10:62p.m. \\ \end{align}
We cannot write in the above form so the changed form is 11:02 p.m. because 10:60p.m. is equal to 11:00 p.m. and then add 2 in the minutes’ position.