With this calculator you can easily calculate**time difference**between two hours within a day to the minute. It also shows the result in minutes if the hourly calculation is not convenient for you. If you're wondering how many hours you spend on specific activities (for example, how many hours do I work?), this is the hour calculator for you.

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- How are the hours between schedules calculated?

- Conversion from hours to decimal hours

- Working day with lunch break excluded

- How many hours a year?
- How many hours per month?
- How many hours in a week?

## How are the hours between schedules calculated?

This simple online tool makes it easy to calculate the difference in hours and minutes between two given times. To calculate the hours and minutes contained in a period, you must know its start and end times. The time calculator uses the time format according to your browser's regional settings, e.g. eg US, UK.

Once you have entered the start and end of the desired period, simply click the "Calculate Difference" button. below you have*the difference*as well as*complete schedule*I sat down*Protocol*. If the first time entered is after the second time entered, the time difference is calculated as if the first time was today and the second time was tomorrow. For example, if you enter a start time of 6:00 p.m. m. and an end time of 8:00 a.m. m. On the calculator, find the difference in hours, minutes, and seconds since 6:00 p.m. m. from today until 8:00 a.m. m. in the morning. (2:00 p.m.).

Use this hours between two hours calculator to find out how long you've worked to complete your timesheets.**For example,**How many hours are there between 9 p.m. m. and 5:30 p.m. m. (or between 9 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.)? All you have to do is enter both times in any order and click "Calculate". The result is 8 hours and 30 minutes (8:30 hours or 8.5 hours in decimal) or 510 minutes. There is a total of 8 hours in between. It also allows you to subtract lunch breaks and other types of breaks from the total split hours. For more information on this, seelunch breaks.

### Conversion from hours to decimal hours

This tool automatically displays decimal hours between hours, but if you need to convert digital hours and minutes (hh:ss) to decimal hours, the math is easy: divide the number of minutes by 60 to get the decimal part and hang up later. number of hours. For example, 8:15 is 8.25 in decimal hours because there are eight whole hours, and dividing 15 minutes by 60 equals 0.25. You can also try ours.digital time converter.

## How many hours?

Many people who have a regular job want to know how long their workday lasts. If you're also wondering, "How many hours do I work?" and you work from 9am to 5pm so the question is how many hours are from 9am to 5pm. The answer is exactly eight hours.

If you drop your kids off at school early and pick them up in the afternoon, you may be wondering how much time they spend at school each day. If you leave them at 7:00 a.m. m. and you pick them up at 3:00 p.m. m., the question is how many hours are from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. m. to 3:00 p.m. m. and the answer is eight hours (15-7 = 8 ).

Here are some more examples of how to calculate how many hours are between two specific points in time. you can use ours**hours calculator**above to calculate the time between two hours and minutes.

Start time - End time | time between |
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9 am a 5 pm | 8:00 |

7h to 17h | 9:00 |

8 am a 4 pm | 8:00 |

8 am a 8 pm | 12:00 |

8 am a 6 pm | 10:00 |

9h a 17h30 | 8:30 |

7:30 am a 4:30 pm | 9:00 |

### Working day with lunch break excluded

If you use our calculator to find out how many hours you work, you need to use the function that allows you to subtract a lunch break or other types of breaks to get exactly that.**number of working hours**. For example, a work day from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 a.m. with a 30-minute lunch break means an 8.5-hour work day (between 9 hours minus 30 minutes, or 0.5 hour equals to 8.5). If you work shifts, your break may not be for lunch and you may have multiple breaks. In this case, add up the total free time and enter it in the field (in minutes).

The ability to report total rest time is also useful when calculating physical activity with rest intervals, e.g. B. One hour of intense exercise, followed by a 15-minute break and another hour of exercise. For a more detailed timesheet calculation, consider using our advancedwork time calculator.

## Number of hours in different periods

While calculating the number of hours between two hours in a day is generally interesting, sometimes longer periods can be interesting, e.g. For example, weeks, months, and years. All of these calculations are based on a 24-hour day, counting the number of days in each period and multiplying by 24.

### How many hours a year?

A calendar year has an average of 8,766 hours. A non-leap year has 8,760 hours (365 days) and a leap year has 8,784 hours (366 days). The calculation is 365 x 24 = 8760 or 366 x 24 = 8784.

### How many hours per month?

A calendar month has an average of 730.5 hours. Since months have a different number of days, each month has a different number of hours:

- There are 744 hours in the months of January, March, May, July, August, October and December
- There are 730 hours in the months of April, June, September and November
- February has 672 hours in a non-leap year and 696 in a leap year.

### How many hours in a week?

There are seven days in a week, and since there are twenty-four hours in a day, there are exactly 168 hours in a week. The calculation is 7 × 24 = 168.

## American time vs European time

The way Europeans and Americans tell time differs, both in the way it is said and in the way it is written. Civilians in the United States use the time until 12:00 p.m. m. twice a day, while Europeans walk between 0:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. m. and 11:59 p.m. m. This is why people in the United States would use*NP*mi*And*to distinguish which half of the day they are talking about. On the other hand, most Europeans would probably say*15:00 (instead of 15:00)*. To make it even more complicated for guests from abroad, many Europeans would also say*15:00*.

If you are new to Europe and need to deal with it**"military service"**, just use the hours up to 12 in the same way and*add or subtract 12 for after 1:00 p.m.*, to place*NP*after the result.**For example,**if you meet someone at 5:30 p.m. that would be*17:30 – 12:00 = 17:30*. If you need to figure out what to text a colleague you plan to meet at 2 p.m. m., this would be all.*2**+ 12 = 14:00*

For the sake of accuracy, it should be noted that European timekeeping, while similar, is not exactly military. In the military, 18:00 (18:00) would be 18:00. In one case it is "eighteen hours", in the other "eighteen hundred". In the military, 7:00 would be "zero seven hundred" or "oh seven hundred" (0700), while civilians in Europe would simply say "seven". Due to the critical conditions in which it is used, the strictest military form of timing is required. The wrong hour or minute of action can result in loss of life...