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How much time does a clock lose in a day, if its hands coincide every 64 minutes?
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Answer will be 96 minutes or 1hr 36mins.
As it says it meets at 64 mins,but a hour is of 60 mins so it is 4 mins slow,therefore 4*24(as there are 24 hrs in a day)=96.
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