Convert Time to Decimal?


Time is converted into decimal format using a chart or dividing the number of minutes by the hour. For example, 41 minutes past the hour is equivalent to a decimal of 0.68. Hours are simply converted into the 24 format as needed. This is particularly helpful for employers who are keeping track of time. These numbers can readily be entered into a payroll program to quickly calculate the amount of money owed to an employee.
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