Count Hours Calculator
Do you need a count hours calculator to help you figure out the total number of hours you have worked over the last week or month? Or are you looking to lose weight and wish to calculate the total number of hours spent exercising? Whatever activity you want to calculate time for, this count hours calculator is just the tool you need. In this article, we explore:
 How to count the hours you worked in a period;
 How to use our count hours calculator; and
 How to count your work hours using minutes and seconds.
How to count your work hours in a given day
There are many ways to calculate the number of hours worked; it all depends on the method used by your workplace.
Whatever the tool used, when you wish to calculate the total number of hours you work in a week, you need to keep track of your hours and minutes worked per day and be aware of how to add them together so that you do not lose when you submit your time sheet.
For the following example, let's imagine you work from 8:30
to 4:00
daily. Follow these steps to calculate the total time you worked in a day:

Count the number of full hours you worked in a day:
8:30
to4:00
gives you7
full hours with some minutes left over. 
Count any minutes left over:
30 minutes

That's it, you worked 7 hours, 30 minutes.
How to use our count hours calculator
Suppose you are an employee having trouble with pay or some other issue relating to the time you usually work and the time shown as your work time per week. You are trying to get an accurate calculation of the time that you worked for a week or even for a month. Omni Calculator's count hours calculator would be the ideal time calculator for you to use.
Let's say, for example, you are generally paid by the hour, and upon checking your pay for the month, your money was short. Further investigation showed that your total work hours for the week were not calculated correctly. Here is where our count hours calculator comes in.
To calculate your time worked, follow these steps:
 Enter the number of hours worked each day. If your work time is reflected in hours and minutes, use the unit switcher to change the input to hours and minutes.
 You should now be able to see the total number of hours worked for the given period at the bottom of the calculator.
NB: If you changed any of the units to reflect minutes or seconds, you will also need to change the result to be able to see the answer reflecting these units.
How to count the hours I spent exercising using minutes and seconds?
You can use minutes and seconds to count the hours spent exercising in several ways. Still, the most straightforward manual method would be to:

Get your exercise time. Say:

Day 1:
45 minutes 20 seconds
; 
Day 2:
30 minutes 52 seconds
; and 
Day 3:
55 minutes 40 seconds
.


Add all the seconds:
20 + 52 + 40 = 112

If the number of seconds exceeds 59, divide it by 60 to convert seconds to minutes.
112/60 = 1 minute 52 seconds

Add the minutes worked per week. Include the minutes from the answer above:
45 + 30 + 55 + 1 = 131

If the number of minutes worked exceeds 60, divide it by 60 and convert the time to hours.
131/60 = 2 hours 11 minutes
So the total amount of time you spent exercising is 2 hours, 11 minutes, and 52 seconds.
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FAQ
What is my average hours worked if I worked 55 hours in 5 days?
The average number of hours worked would be 11.
To determine the average number of hours worked per day, if the total hours for the 5
days is 55
, you should divide the total number of hours by the number of days worked, and the answer you get would be the average hours worked per day.
How do you count hours for payroll?
To calculate the hours worked for your payroll, follow these steps:
 Get the time worked for each day. This will likely be expressed in minutes and hours.
 Add the minutes together. If the answer exceeds
59
, divide by60
to convert the minutes to hours. The remainder represents minutes.  Add the hours together.
 Add the number of hours found in Step
2
to those found in Step3
.
That's it! You just calculated your hours for payroll.