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At 0 minutes, turn both the hourglasses.After 4 minutes:The 4 minute hourglass: 0 minutes left.The 7 minute hourglass: 3 minutes left.Turn the 4 minute hourglass.After 7 minutes:The 4 minute hourglass: 1 minute left.The 7 minute hourglass: 0 minutes left.Turn the 7 minute hourglass.After 8 minutes:The 4 minute hourglass: 0 minutes left.The 7 minute hourglass: 1 minute left.Turn the 7 minute hourglass.After 9 minutes:The 4 minute hourglass: 0 minute left.The 7 minute hourglass: 0 minutes left.Now you know you are finished.

1 hour and 25 minutes = 85 minutes = 20 minutes @ 22 a minute + 20 minutes @ 15 a minute + 45 minutes @ 03 a minute = 440 + 300 + 135 = 875

You set the 10 minute timer for 9 minutes and the 7 minute timer for the full 7 minutes.

1 minute = 60 seconds (definition) 7 minutes = 420 seconds 0.1 minute = 6 seconds 0.05 minute = 3 seconds ------------------------------------- 7.15 minutes = 429 seconds

Start both at the same time, flip each when time runs out. The 5 minute will be turned 3 times totalling 15 minutes. The 8 minute will be flipped twice totalling 16 minutes. Once the 15 minutes is up on the 5 minute timers, there is one minute left on the 8 minute timer.

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At 0 minutes, turn both the hourglasses.After 4 minutes:The 4 minute hourglass: 0 minutes left.The 7 minute hourglass: 3 minutes left.Turn the 4 minute hourglass.After 7 minutes:The 4 minute hourglass: 1 minute left.The 7 minute hourglass: 0 minutes left.Turn the 7 minute hourglass.After 8 minutes:The 4 minute hourglass: 0 minutes left.The 7 minute hourglass: 1 minute left.Turn the 7 minute hourglass.After 9 minutes:The 4 minute hourglass: 0 minute left.The 7 minute hourglass: 0 minutes left.Now you know you are finished.

1 hour and 25 minutes = 85 minutes = 20 minutes @ 22 a minute + 20 minutes @ 15 a minute + 45 minutes @ 03 a minute = 440 + 300 + 135 = 875

You set the 10 minute timer for 9 minutes and the 7 minute timer for the full 7 minutes.

Start both timers, when the four minute timer is done, there will be 3 minutes of sand left in the top of the seven minute timer.Restart the four minute timer, while letting the remaining (3 minutes) of sand to drop from the 7 minute timer. (this is your 1st 3 minutes of your nine minute measurement)When the 7 minute timer is done the 4 minute timer will now have 3 minutes of sand in the bottom. Flip the 4 minute timer (when this runs it will be your second 3 minutes of time). At the same time flip the 7 minute timer.When the 3 minutes of sand run on the 4 minute timer, restart the 7 minute timer by this time 3 minutes worth of sand will have gone to the bottom of the timer, resetting it will give you the last 3 minutes of sand for you last 3 minutes of time measuring the 9 nine minutes.

There are 60 minutes in 1 hour. 89 minus 60 is 29. So 89 minutes in the next hour is the 29th minute. In total, 89 minutes is 1 hour and 29 minutes, or 1 minute less than an hour and a half.

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