What is a 1/4 turn clockwise?
The fastest you’ll probably be able to take that turn in a car without breaking traction would be about 25 mph. On a bike, I wouldn’t push it past a safe 20 mph as once you start pushing above that you’ll start overrunning your line into another lane.
Where will the hand of a clock stop if it starts at 4 and makes 3/4 of a revolution clockwise?
Clockwise is spinning in the direction of an analog clock. It is a way to describe circular motion. Left or Right turns are ways of describing a change in approach. Clockwise is constantly turning to the right.
Is clockwise left or right?
You turn 360 degrees clockwise. You are facing South-West. You turn 90 degrees clockwise. You are facing South East.
Clockwise motion (abbreviated CW) proceeds in the same direction as a clock’s hands: from the top to the right, then down and then to the left, and back up to the top. The opposite sense of rotation or revolution is (in Commonwealth English) anticlockwise (ACW) or (in North American English) counterclockwise (CCW).
What is a three fourth turn?
Here is a quarter turn anti-clockwise. The car originally is facing forwards and so, the counterclockwise rotation begins by turning to the left. The car finishes facing left. We can see that a quarter turn clockwise leaves the car facing in the opposite direction to a quarter turn anticlockwise.