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How many minutes is it?

a. From 5:06 to 5:28

b. From 2:05 to 2:54

c. From 3:12 to 3:47

d. From 12:11 to 12:55

e. From 7:27 to 7:48

f. From 9:06 to 10:00
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a.  5:28

  - 5:06

=  0:22

= 22 minutes

b. 2:54

-  2:05

= 0:51

= 51 minutes

c. 3:47

 - 3:12

= 0:35

= 35 minutes

d. 12:55

   -12:11

=    0:44

= 44 minutes

e. 7:48

   -7:27

= 0:21

= 21 minutes

f. 10:00  , borrow one hour from 10 hour to change to minutes, since 00 is smaller than 06,

   -9:06

= 9:60

  -9:06

= 0:54

= 54 minutes
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