Working in Time

Author: Will Haining
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Question 1
Change 120 minutes to hours.

Question 2
Change 4 hours to minutes.

Question 3
Work out the difference, in minutes, between 55 minutes and 1 3/4 hours.

Question 4
Work out the difference, in minutes, between 2 hour 25 minutes and 1 1/2 hours.

Question 5
Hayley left her home at 10.40 am.
She walked from her home to the shop.
It took her 14 minutes to walk to the shop.
Hayley was at the shop for 10 minutes.
Then Hayley walked from the shop to her friends house.
It took Hayley 22 minutes to walk to her friends house.
What time did Hayley arrive at her friends house?

Question 6
A film starts at 7.45 pm.
The film lasts 98 minutes.
What time does the film finish?

Question 7
Natalie drives from London to Sheffield.
Natalie leaves London at 9.15 am.
Natalie drives for 2 1/2 hours before stopping for a break.
The break lasts for 20 minutes.
Natalie then takes another 85 minutes to reach Sheffield.
What time does Natalie arrive in Sheffield?

Question 8
Here is part of a train timetable.
A train leaves London St Pancras at 0618, how many minutes should it take to reach Paris?
Here is part of a train timetable. 
A train leaves London St Pancras at 0618, how many minutes should it take to reach Paris?

Question 9
Here is part of a bus timetable.
Jeff needs to get from Bexleyheath to Bluewater to start work at 9 am.
It takes Jeff 12 minutes to walk from his house to the bus stop in Bexleyheath.
It takes Jeff 8 minutes to walk from the bus station in Bluewater to his work
What is the latest time Jeff can leave his house to get to work on time?
Here is part of a bus timetable. 
Jeff needs to get from Bexleyheath to Bluewater to start work at 9 am.
It takes Jeff 12 minutes to walk from his house to the bus stop in Bexleyheath.
It takes Jeff 8 minutes to walk from the bus station in Bluewater to his work
What is the latest time Jeff can leave his house to get to work on time?

Question 10
Here is part of a train timetable.
How many minutes should the 1410 train take to get from London Marylebone to
Birmingham Moor Street?
Here is part of a train timetable. 
How many minutes should the 1410 train take to get from London Marylebone to
Birmingham Moor Street?


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