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Introduction

For players who want to simplify In-game Hours calculations, the Euro Truck Simulator 2 In-game Hours Calculator is a useful tool. With the ability to convert between different unit types and explanations on the math involved, Euro Truck Simulator 2 In-game Hours Calculator just got easier. Upgrade your experience with the Euro Truck Simulator 2 In-game Hours Calculator today.

Question

You can calculate the number of In-game Hours by dividing the number of Minutes you have by 64 and then rounding your answer down to the nearest whole number. The number that you just calculated is how many In-game Hours you have! You can then calculate the number of Minutes remaining by subtracting the number of In-game Hours multiplied by 64 from the total number of Minutes. If you follow these steps, you can easily calculate how many In-game Hours a given number of Minutes is.

Example

To determine the solution to this question, divide by 180. The quotient is 10 and the remainder is 1. Therefore, the answer to the question is 10 In-game Hours and 1 Minutes.

Question

This calculator is designed to convert between Minutes to In-game Hours, as well as other unit combinations. Begin by choosing the unit that corresponds to your current quantity, then select your desired unit. Next, input the amount you have, and the calculator will convert it to the corresponding amount in your desired unit.

Example

You can calculate the anwer of this question by dividing with 180. This will result in 56. So the answer to the questions is 56 In-game Hours.

Question

Euro Truck Simulator 2 has its own units in the game. It can often be hard to wrap your head around all the different units, it's therefore useful to have a simple calculator which calculates between these units. Our Resource Calculator for example requires you to fill in an integer instead of '12 In-game Hours and 2 Minutes'. By using this tool, you can quickly convert these In-game Hours into integers.

Example

You can calculate the anwer to this question by dividing with 180. This will result in 64 In-game Hours.

Question

If you would just divide a number by 64 you would often end up with a decimal number. This will give you an idea of the amount of In-game Hours, but nothing about the amount of Minutes left over. In a regular calculator it will cost you 2 steps to convert a number to In-game Hours, but a Euro Truck Simulator 2 In-game Hours Calculator will calculate this all at once, which makes converting large amounts of different units less painful.

Example

There are 180 Minutes in a single In-game Hours.