Do you know what time 1100 Military Time is? I know that converting Military Time can be a bit complicated, but not when you know the simple and helpful formula for converting 24-Hour Time Format.
In case you don’t want to use this formula that shows you how to convert 1100 Military Time to Normal Time and only want to know the answer, here you have a short, but useful answer to your question:
1100 Military Time or 1100 Hours (24-Hour time format) is equivalent to 11:00 AM in Normal Time or Standard Time (12-Hour time format). 1100 Military Time is read as “eleven hundred hours“, and it is written without a colon between the hours and minutes.
For those of you who are interested in a simple conversion formula, here is the formula that helps you understand the conversion of 1100 Military Time.
What does 1100 Military Time mean? Simple Explanation
First of all, it is important to know the basics of Military Time. Military Time always contains 4 digits where the first 2 digits are for hours and the second 2 digits are for minutes.
This simple image below explains to you the basic rule of conversion:
In addition, if you have a Military Time greater or equal than 13:00, you have to subtract 12 hours from the given time. And that’s all you need to know.
1100 Hours Military Time Conversion Guide
Now, let’s move on to explaining the simplest way of how you can convert 1100 Hours into Standard Time.
Before you start, look at this classic analog clock that shows the time you want to convert. It helps you understand the whole process of 1100 Military Time Conversion:
And now let’s move on the conversion process itself:
How to Convert 1100 Military Time? 1100 Hours Conversion Guide
Divide the given time
First, divide the given time to hours and minutes. For 1100 Military Time it is 11 hours and 00 minutes.
Greater than 1300 or not?
Then pay attention to whether the given time is greater than 1300 or not. 1100 is not greater than 1300 so you don’t use the subtraction rule for the hours and let the number for hours as it is: 11 hours.
Minutes are the same in the Military Time as so as in the Standard Time, so 00 minutes is still 00 minutes.
Add the colon
Add the colon between calculated hours and minutes and the result will be 11:00.
Is it AM or PM?
As 1100 is not greater than 1200 so according to about mentioned rule add AM after calculated time so the result will be 11:00 AM normal time.
6. Correct Answer
So what time is 1100 Military Time? The correct answer is 11:00 AM standard time (12-hour time format).
TIP: If you want to see more conversions check out other articles about specific military time conversions.
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How to Read and Write 1100 Military Time?
You already know how to convert 1100 Hours and now it’s time to learn how to read and write this specific time.
This table explains everything you need to know about reading and writing 1100 Hours Time and related times:
|Standard Clock||How to Write Military Clock||How to Read Military Clock|
|11:00 AM||1100 Hours||eleven hundred hours|
|11:15 AM||1115 Hours||eleven fifteen hours|
|11:30 AM||1130 Hours||eleven thirty hours|
|11:45 AM||1145 Hours||eleven fourty five hours|
TIP: Learn how to read Military Time for other hours in this article:
I hope 1100 Military Time (1100 Hours) conversion was not a difficult task for you, but the clarification of AM and PM is an important reminder:
- When the value of Military Time is greater than 1200 it will be PM
- When the value of Military Time is less than 1200 it will be AM
- 2400 (0000) is an exceptional case because it is considered as AM (12:00 AM)
If it is still confusing for you, you can read the article on Military Time Charts where you find a conversion chart for all hours on the hour. Or you can use the page with Military Time Converter, where you can find an explanation on how to use the converter.
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