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If you want to add a new activity, like learning a new language or taking up photography, you will want to know how much time you can spend on it.

In this lesson, you will figure out how much extra time you had left over yesterday.

This will help you make decisions to do the things you need or want to do, like practicing a sport or working on a school project.

First, create columns for “Total Hours Left” and “Total Minutes Left” so that you will be able to see how much free time you have.

To figure out how much time you have left in your day, subtract your total hours spent from 24, since you have 24 hours in a day.

Use the cell reference for your “total” time spent to account for extra minutes.

If your list of activities really does track all the things you did yesterday, you may only have a few minutes left.

If you have only a partial hour, you can convert the remaining time back into minutes to see exactly how much time you have left to spend, right down to the minute.

This will give you an idea of how much time you have left to budget for new activities.

Or, you can use the information to balance your activities differently, like adding more practice time or spending less time on social media.

Then, move on to the next video to wrap up this lesson.

Now, it’s your turn: Subtract your total hours spent from 24, and convert your remaining time back into minutes.

Instructions

  1. Subtract your total hours spent from 24.
  2. Convert your remaining time back into minutes.