Welcome to **hours to minutes**; this article describes the conversion of time. Here, one hour means 60 minutes.

## Hours to Minutes Converter

### Change Hrs to Min

If you push the “swap” button, then our converter inverts the units.

All results are rounded to 10 decimal places. Alternatively, employ our formula in the next section.

Frequent conversions include, for example:

Observe that the symbol for hour is *hr*, and that the unit symbol for minute is *min*.

In the next part we are going to show you the conversion formula.

## Convert Hours to Minutes

One hour equals 60 minutes. Therefore, so as to convert hours to minutes, you have to multiply the value in hours by 60.

For example,

5 hours in minutes = 5 × 60 = 300 minutes.

### Frequently Asked Questions

- How do you work out hours into minutes? [min] = [hr] times 60.
- What is .3 of an hour? 0.3 times 60 = 18 minutes exactly.
- How many minutes are in 4 and a half hours? 4.5 × 60 = 270 minutes.
- How many minutes are in 3 hours? 3 × 60 minutes = 180 min.
- What is .25 of an hour? A a quarter of an hour is 15 minutes.

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## Chart

Hours | Minutes |
---|---|

0.1 | 6 |

0.2 | 12 |

0.25 | 15 |

0.3 | 18 |

0.4 | 24 |

0.5 | 30 |

0.6 | 36 |

0.75 | 45 |

0.8 | 48 |

0.9 | 54 |

1 | 60 |

1.25 | 75 |

1.5 | 90 |

1.75 | 105 |

2 | 120 |

2.25 | 135 |

2.5 | 150 |

2.75 | 165 |

3 | 180 |

3.25 | 195 |

3.5 | 210 |

3.75 | 225 |

4 | 240 |

4.25 | 255 |

4.5 | 270 |

5 | 300 |

5.25 | 315 |

5.5 | 330 |

5.75 | 345 |

6 | 360 |

6.25 | 375 |

6.5 | 390 |

6.75 | 405 |

7 | 420 |

7.25 | 435 |

7.5 | 450 |

7.75 | 465 |

8 | 480 |

8.25 | 495 |

8.5 | 510 |

8.75 | 525 |

9 | 540 |

9.25 | 555 |

9.5 | 570 |

9.75 | 585 |

10 | 600 |

11 | 660 |

12 | 720 |

13 | 780 |

14 | 840 |

15 | 900 |

16 | 960 |

17 | 1020 |

18 | 1080 |

19 | 1140 |

20 | 1200 |

21 | 1260 |

22 | 1320 |

23 | 1380 |

24 | 1440 |

In conclusion:

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