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How to Calculate Time in Excel

How to Calculate Time in Excel

In Excel, there are a few different ways to calculate time. One way is to use the TIME function. The TIME function takes a date and time value and returns the number of hours, minutes, and seconds between the two values. The syntax for the TIME function is TIME(date, time).

Another way to calculate time is to use the HOUR, MINUTE, and SECOND functions. The HOUR function takes a time value and returns the hour component of the time value. The syntax for the HOUR function is HOUR(time). The MINUTE function takes a time value and returns the minute component of the time value. The syntax for the MINUTE function is MINUTE(time). The SECOND function takes a time value and returns the second component of the time value. The syntax for the SECOND function is SECOND(time).

To calculate the total number of hours, minutes, and seconds between two time values, you can use the SUM function. The SUM function takes a range of cells and returns the sum of the values in the cells. The syntax for the SUM function is SUM(range). To calculate the total number of hours between two time values, you can use the following formula: =HOUR(B2-A2) To calculate the total number of minutes between two time values, you can use the following formula: =MINUTE(B2-A2) To calculate the total number of seconds between two time values, you can use the following formula: =SECOND(B2-A2)

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