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posted by sara .
Jason left home at 6:12 pm on march 25. He arrived back home 36 hours and 12 minutes later. What time did he arrive home?

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36 hrs, 12 minutes <> 1 day + 12 hrs , 12 min
6:12 pm + 12:12 = 6:24 am
(wouldn't it be nice it time was metric ??)
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