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October 30th, 2017, 10:42 PM   #1
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Kathleen looks at her flight details. Her plane leaves at 06:00 on Saturday and arrives at her destination at 20:00 on Friday (local time). The flight will take 12 hours.
What is the time difference between her origin and destination?
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Kathleen looks at her flight details. Her plane leaves at 06;00 on Saturday and arrives at her destination at 20:00on Friday (local time). The flight will take 12 hours What is the time difference between her origin and destination?
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She lands 12 hours after she took off, so in her home timezone that's 06:00 (on Sat) + 12 hours.

What's the difference between that and 20:00 (on Fri) which is the time she lands in the other timezone?
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