# Clock hands

The hands-on clock shows the time of 12 hours and 2 minutes. Calculate the size of an acute angle between clock hands three hours later.

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**algebra**- equation
**arithmetic**- rounding
**planimetrics**- circle
- area of a shape
**basic functions**- ratio
- modulo
**numbers**- fractions

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