Finally manage the time!
An hour has 60 minutes, a day 24 hours. Reason for that is the babylonian number system that was based on the number 12. The 12 had religious importance and time units were based on multiples of it. Today this fact can lead to confusion and make life harder than it would need to be with a decimal system.
It would need some time to tell how many days correspond to 1500 minutes. And even longer to say which exact moment (date and time) you would have 1500 minutes later from now.
If you want to know
- how much time (days, hours, minutes) lies between two moments
- which moment B you would have some time units after/ before moment A
do not hesitate to get TimeGadget and calculate whatever you want to know. Or just check whether the calculation your brain tells you is really right. There are always situations where you want to be fast and definitely exact.
TimeGadget is being checked and regularly improved. It allows reasonable timescales and does not support leap years yet.