# Dividing Number With Hours And Minutes?

Feb 10, 2014Cell A1 contains 2, B1=220077:23

In C1 I created a function = (2*1000)/B1, I get error. I want the answer 2000/220077h23m = 0.009087713

Cell A1 contains 2, B1=220077:23

In C1 I created a function = (2*1000)/B1, I get error. I want the answer 2000/220077h23m = 0.009087713

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How can I convert an ordinary number i.e. 3.45 to Hours & Minutes?

A colleague has columns of data that when summed are all wrong i.e. 8.65 instead of 9 Hours 5 minutes.

I'm hoping someone here might be able to help me please?

I am trying to write a function that will convert a number into days-hours-minutes. I have managed to get as far as hours-minutes using the following function.

=INT(A1/60)&"h "&ROUND(MOD(A1/60,1)*60,0)&"m"

e.g. If A1 = "7090" the result of this function will be "118h 10m".

I now need to express the result as xxxd xxxh xxxm and this is where I am stuck!

I would like to find out a way to work out the number of minutes worked during particular shifts for weekdays. Basically I have two columns, one for start time, and one for end time. They are formatted like dd/mm/yyyy hh:mm. So they have the date in there as well.

I would like a formula that would look at a range say A1-A11 and work out what shift it is and then output number of hours worked per shift. Day shift would start at 8am and finish 5pm, Twilight shift would start at 5pm and finish at 9:30pm, night shift would start at 9:30pm and finish at 8am the next day. So I would need it to check for example the start and end times (and dates) and then output 3 rows that show the total minutes worked.

There will be multiple days so it would need to say for example Monday Day, Twi, Night, Tuesday Day, Twi, Nights etc. Up to Friday Day shift because we don't work Friday Twilight or Nights, and we don't work Weekends.

Basically there is a list of jobs completed with Start Time and End Time for each and I also have a column that works out the number of minutes worked on that job. So the formula would need to look at many rows.

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example attached.

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Example

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Column D contains the total hours that a component has been installed for

Column C contains the additional hours the component acquired

I need the total of these 2 sets of time added together to give me the new hours that the component has acquired. All cells have been formatted [h]:mm:ss

I attach an extract of the spreadsheet. At the moment the values in column D are all calculated manually. When I add the values together Excel returns #Value!

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and

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[URL].....and the answer worked really well; up until a point of

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Time From Seconds09 hrs 06 minutes(s) and 07 second(s)

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