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Completing time calculations can be particularly tricky as the units of time of 60 for seconds and hours and 24 for hours in a day means that when computing the calculations figures can become distorted. Time calculations are often a key component of process management and human resource productivity assessments so ensuring the accuracy of the time calculations is particularly import, particularly when it effects the amount of production units and/or staff KPI and productivity levels for assessment.

The Advanced Time Calculator provided by iCalculator allows you to calculate time using the standard math operands. This Advanced Time Calculator has four calculators, one time calculator for each of the operands: Addition (+), Subtraction (-), Multiplication (x) and Division (÷). You can choose the desired time calculator and calculate time as required.

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The Advanced Time Calculator includes seperate time calculators for each mathematical operand. The calculator is designed for use online and works well on mobile, tablet and desktop devices.

- The inputs can be time, days, hours, minutes and seconds.
- The time format used is dd:hh:mm:ss, where dd = days, hh = hours, mm = minutes and ss = seconds.
- Addition, subtraction and division can be two time formats.
- In the Time Multiplication Calculator the time can only be multipied by a number.
- In the Time Division Calculator the answer will always be a number.

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