An Analog Clock

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Old-fashioned analog clocks are becoming more difficult to find in today's world. Digital clocks are more common these days. This Demonstration can help take you back in time to learn how to read an analog clock. The numbers on the face of the clock can be chosen from four types.

Contributed by: Stephen Wolfram (March 2011)
Additional contributions by: Jon McLoone
Open content licensed under CC BY-NC-SA


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