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Is 11 pm night or afternoon?


  1. Is 11 pm night or afternoon?
  2. Is 11 59 pm night or day?
  3. Is 11am the morning?
  4. Is 11 10 pm or am?
  5. Is 11 am during the day?
  6. What time of day is 11 59 pm?

Is 11 pm night or afternoon?

The 12-hour clock method defines all 24 hours of the day using the numbers 1 to 12, followed by am or pm. 5 AM is early in the morning and 5 PM is late in the afternoon, 1 AM is one hour after midnight, and 11 PM is one hour before midnight.

Is 11 59 pm night or day?

It is the last minute of each day, as the next minute (12:00 am) marks the start of the next day. So, it is in the night.

Is 11am the morning?

Morning is the period from sunrise to noon. However, morning strictly ends at noon, which is when afternoon starts. Morning can be defined as starting from midnight to noon. Morning precedes afternoon, evening, and night in the sequence of a day.

Is 11 10 pm or am?

Comparison ChartExample: on the hourExample: 10 minutes past11:0011:00 AM11:10 AM12:0012 Noon12:10 PM13:001:00 PM1:10 PM14:002:00 PM2:10 PM

Is 11 am during the day?

Using numbers from 1 to 12, followed by am or pm, the 12-hour clock system identifies all 24 hours of the day. For example, 5 am is early in the morning, and 5 pm is late in the afternoon, 1 am is one hour after midnight, while 11 pm is one hour before midnight.

What time of day is 11 59 pm?

12-hour clock12-hour24-hour11:00 p.m.23:0011:59 p.m.23:59Midnight (end of day) or shown as start of next day24:00^ Jump up to: a b c See: Ā§Confusion at noon and midnight



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