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Using the formula T= 15(x+y/60+z/3600), give the equivalent degree for 3:30 am

Assuming this is the continuation of the previous question, where
x=hours (military time)
y=minutes
z=seconds
3:30 gives
x=3
y=30
z=0
Substitute into the given formula to get T
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