Step: 1

The hour hand in the clock lies between 6 and 7. So, the time is in between 6 and 7.

Step: 2

The numbers show five-minute intervals. The minute hand lies at 6.

Number of minutes = 5 × 6 = 30

Number of minutes = 5 × 6 = 30

Step: 3

Therefore, the analog clock shows the time as 6:30, which is shown in Clock 1.

Step: 4

So, the digital clock which is showing the same time as the analog clock is Clock 1.

Correct Answer is : Clock 1

Step: 1

In the given figure, the hour hand is in between 3 and 4, and the minutes hand is pointing to 9.

Step: 2

The time is three forty five or fifteen minutes to four.

Step: 3

It is written as 3:45.

Correct Answer is : 3:45

Step: 1

In a clock, the bigger hand shows minute hand and the smaller hand shows hour hand. Each small division represents 1 minute.

Step: 2

In the clock the hour hand is between 6 and 7. Minute hand is on 33.

Step: 3

Therefore the time shown on the clock is 6 hours 33 minutes or 6:33.

Correct Answer is : 6:33

Step: 1

In a clock, the bigger hand shows minute hand and the smaller hand shows hour hand. Each small division represents 1 minute.

Step: 2

In the clock the hour hand is between 11 and 12. Minute hand is on 42.

Step: 3

Therefore the time shown on the clock is 11 hours 42 minutes or 11:42.

Correct Answer is : 11:42

Step: 1

In a clock, the bigger hand shows minute hand and the smaller hand shows hour hand. Each small division represents 1 minute.

Step: 2

Each small division represents 1 minute.

Step: 3

In the clock the hour hand is between 9 and 10. Minute hand is on 24.

Step: 4

Therefore the time shown on the clock is 9 hours 24 minutes or 9:24.

Correct Answer is : 9:24

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