# Is half an hour hyphenated?

## Is half an hour hyphenated?

There is no need for hyphens if you’re using the phrase as a noun: We’ll be there in two and a half hours; two and a half hours is plenty of time. If you are using a phrase like that as a modifier, however, you’ll need hyphens to hold it all together: a two-and-a-half-hour trip.

## What is 2 hours and 45 minutes as a decimal?

Time to Decimal Conversion Table

Time Hours Seconds
/b> 2.75 9900
/b> 2.833333 10200
/b> 2.916667 10500
/td>

3 10800

Is month and a half hyphenated?

It does not need hyphens. If “one-and-a-half-month” exists as a phrase, it is an adjective phrase., and does need hyphens.

### How do you spell one hour?

Correct spelling for the English word “one-hour” is [wˈɒnˈa͡ʊ͡ə], [wˈɒnˈa‍ʊ‍ə], [w_ˈɒ_n_ˈaʊə] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

### Is two hour hyphenated?

The phrase two-hour session should have a hyphen, because you are making a singular of what is actually plural, i.e. two hours.

What time will it be in 92 minutes?

This conversion of 92 minutes to hours has been calculated by multiplying 92 minutes by 0.0166 and the result is 1.5333 hours.

1.5 hours

## How much is 169 days?

This conversion of 169 days to months has been calculated by multiplying 169 days by 0.0328 and the result is 5.5519 months.

Is 90 minutes an hour and 30 minutes?

Ninety minutes is equal to one hours and thirty minutes.

### What is the time in 90 minutes?

This conversion of 90 minutes to hours has been calculated by multiplying 90 minutes by 0.0166 and the result is 1.5 hours.

### Do you hyphenate 24 hours a day?

So either “24/7, 365 days/year” or “24 hours a day, 365 days a year.” Hyphens come into play when you use a phrase like that to modify something else (our 365-days-a-year service) or when you use it in place of a noun (an eighty-four-year-old).

What is the difference between hour and hours?

Both are correct, depending on the function of the base word hour in a sentence. When it acts as a noun and refers to more than one unit of time, it has a plural inflection. So it is “5 hours”, not “5 hour”. Example: They played for 5 hours.

## Is miles an hour hyphenated?

“They also believe she was driving more than three times the 30 miles per hour speed limit.” Because the phrase “30 miles per hour” is functioning to specify the speed limit, it should be hyphenated: 30-miles-per-hour. An alternative would be to use the abbreviation 30 mph without hyphens.

## How much is 92 mins?

92 minutes is equal to 1.53 hours.

What does seven days a week mean?

“All week” may mean seven days, or ‘the working week’, which many assume to be five days. “all days of the week” is equally vague, plus is ungrammatical and clunky; ‘every day of the week’ would be a little better.

### How do you write 2 hours?

When writing with SI, “2 hours” is always “2h”, and is never “2hr” or “2hrs”. “2 minutes” would similarly be “2min”, rather than “2m” or “2mins”.

### How many hours is 91?

This conversion of 91 minutes to hours has been calculated by multiplying 91 minutes by 0.0166 and the result is 1.5166 hours.

Should 7 day be hyphenated?

Should I hyphenate ’24 hours-a-day, seven days-a-week’ or leave it unhyphenated ’24 hours a day, seven days a week’? Thanks for the quick response. You can leave the hyphens out of those expressions. You would use hyphens, though, in something like 24-hour-a-day service.