Aptitude Test for Computer & IT Engineers

Q.  When will the clock’s hands be in a straight line but pointing in opposite directions between 2 am and 3 am?

a. 43(7/11) minutes past 2 am
b. 25(1/11) minutes before 3 am
c. 38(7/11) minutes before 3 am
d. 50(5/11) minutes past 2 am


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