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What DIME is it?

Dime = Decimal time



Decimal Time

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1 day = 10 decimal hours (dours) 1 day = 24 regular hours
1 decimal hour (dour) = 100 decimal minutes (dinutes) 1 regular hour = 60 regular minutes
1 decimal minute (dinute) = 100 decimal seconds (deconds) 1 regular minute = 60 regular seconds


1 decimal hour (dour) = 10,000 decimal seconds (deconds) 1 regular hour = 3,600 regular seconds
1 day = 1,000 decimal minutes (dinutes) 1 day = 1,440 regular minutes
1 day = 100,000 decimal seconds (deconds) 1 day = 86,400 regular seconds


1 decimal hour (dour) = 2.4 regular hours 1 regular hour = 0.41(6) decimal hours (dours)
1 decimal minute (dinute) = 1.44 regular minutes 1 regular minute = 0.69(4) decimal minutes (dinutes)
1 decimal second (decond) = 0.864 regular seconds 1 regular second = 1.15(740) decimal seconds (deconds)


Dime is based on The French Revolutionary Time.
For more information about alternative time/calendar systems see Yahoo and Google.

Java applet on this page is using your computer system clock.
To see the Java code for the applet click here.

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Words dime (decimal time), dour (decimal hour), dinute (decimal minute), and decond (decimal second) are "invented" by Sergey Zaytsev


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