**minutes to hours**.

In this article we are going to explain you the

**conversion of the unit of time**.

Here, one minute means

**1/60th of an hour**.

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All results are rounded to ten decimals.

Here you can change hours to minutes.

In the following part of this article we are going to show you the conversion.

## How to Convert Minutes to Hours

60 min = 1 h.Therefore, in order to convert the time, you have to divide the value in minutes by 60.

### Minutes to Hours Formula

Conduct the math below.The

**formula**is:

**[h] = [min] / 60**.

For example,

510 minutes in hours = 510 / 60 = 8.5 hours.

Decimal minutes can be transformed to 1/60th hours by multiplying the minutes by 60.

8.5 hours = 8 hours + 0.5 x 60 minutes = 8 hours and 30 minutes

Next, we review the frequently asked questions in the context.

## FAQs

### How do you convert minutes into hours?

h = min / 60.

### Is 90 minutes an hour and a half?

Yes, 90′ / 60 = 1.5 h.

### How to convert minutes to decimal hours?

h = min / 60 renders decimal hours.

### How much of an hour is 45 minutes?

45 min / 60 = 0.75 h.

### What is .73 of an hour?

60 (min) x 0.73 = 43.8 minutes = 43′ and 48″.

### How do you calculate minutes into hours?

Because there are 60 minutes per hour divide the minutes by 60.

### What is the formula to convert minutes into hours in Excel?

Assumed cell A1 contains the amount of minutes, write =A1 / 60 in cell B1.

### How to convert time into minutes?

Change your amount of time to the base unit of time the, second. Then, change the time to minutes by dividing it by 60.

### What is .77 of an hour?

60 (min) x 0.77 = 46.2 minutes = 46′ and 12″.

### How to convert time to hours and minutes in Excel?

In Excel, divide the minute value by 1440 (A1/1440). Format the value as [hh]:[mm].

### How to go from minutes to hours?

Multiply the time in minutes by 1/60.

### How to convert minutes to hours in Excel?

=A1/60.

### How do you convert minutes to hh:mm?

The formula is hh = int (minutes/60): mm = mod (minutes/60). In other words, the part before the “:” is the answer quotient, and the part after the colon is the answer remainder.

### How to compute minutes to hours?

The answer in hours is hr / 60.

For other questions about the time conversion and anything else you might have use of the designated form at the end of this page.

## Additional Information

The unit symbol for minute is**min**, and the symbol for hours is

**h**.

The prime symbol

**′**is sometimes used unofficially to denote min, and the double-prime

**″**symbol is informally employed to denote seconds.

For the understanding of time it is sometimes useful to introduce the following two concepts of time measurements:

### Chronometric Time

Devices for time measurement such as years, months, days, hours, minutes, seconds etc. range from the candle clocks, sandglasses to the accurate clock on your wrist to atomic clocks.This

**chronometric time is absolute time**.

### Chronostatic Time

In contrast, the radiometric dating method aka radioactive half lives involves determining how old objects are from their rate of atomic decay over long periods of time.This

**chronostatic time is relative time**.

BTW: absolute space and time is a distinct scientific concept about the properties of the universe, and out of scope of our discussion.

## Minutes to Hours Decimal

**Our formula**hours = min / 60 explained above

**already produces the decimal form**(1/100) of the result.

Decimal time values for the minutes can be transformed to 1/60th hours by multiplying the decimal part by 60.

For example 1.5 hours = 1 hour and 0.5 x 60 minutes = 1 h and 30 minutes.

Decimal time forms are rather uncommon in daily life, though:

Day-to-day basis 24-hour time and 12-hour time

**employ the UTC time standard**.

Ahead is the concluding part of this article.

## Summary

1 hour is the period of time comprising of 60 minutes.In conclusion:

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Ahead is our time table.

Note that some results are rounded to 5 digits.

## Chart

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

0 | 0 |

0.1 | 0.001667 |

0.2 | 0.003333 |

0.3 | 0.005 |

0.4 | 0.006667 |

0.5 | 0.008333 |

0.6 | 0.01 |

0.7 | 0.011667 |

0.8 | 0.013333 |

0.9 | 0.015 |

1 | 0.01667 |

2 | 0.03333 |

3 | 0.05 |

4 | 0.06667 |

5 | 0.08333 |

6 | 0.1 |

7 | 0.11667 |

8 | 0.13333 |

9 | 0.15 |

10 | 0.16667 |

20 | 0.33333 |

30 | 0.5 |

40 | 0.66667 |

50 | 0.83333 |

60 | 1 |

70 | 1.16667 |

80 | 1.33333 |

90 | 1.5 |

100 | 1.66667 |

200 | 3.33333 |

300 | 5 |

400 | 6.66667 |

500 | 8.33333 |

600 | 10 |

700 | 11.66667 |

800 | 13.33333 |

900 | 15 |

1000 | 16.66667 |

2000 | 33.33333 |

3000 | 50 |

4000 | 66.66667 |

5000 | 83.33333 |

6000 | 100 |

7000 | 116.66667 |

8000 | 133.33333 |

9000 | 150 |

10000 | 166.66667 |

I have a couple of comments…

The 2nd statement is incorrect however, as 120/60 = 2 hours.

As there is no space between the ‘3 & hours’ …

Regards

Gary

Thanks Gary, the errors have been corrected. We much appreciate your feedback!