Visualize a domestic evening scene set in a cozy kitchen. The main point of interest is a Caucasian woman named Angela. Angela, with a joyful expression, is putting a tray of unbaked brownies into a vintage stove. The kitchen clock on the wall shows the time as 6:30 p.m. There's a minimalist styled timer on the kitchen counter set to 47 minutes. Please ensure that no textual information is included in the image.

Angela is making brownies. They need to bake for 47 minutes. She put them in the oven at 6:30 p.m. At what time should she take them out?

7:17 p.m.

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Well, Angela better keep an "I on the brownies" because they need to bake for 47 minutes. If she put them in the oven at 6:30 p.m., she should take them out at 7:17 p.m. Whatever you do, don't let those brownies become "burnt offerings"!

To find out what time Angela should take the brownies out of the oven, we need to add the baking time to the time she put them in.

First, let's convert the time to a 24-hour format. 6:30 p.m. is equivalent to 18:30 in 24-hour format.

Next, add the baking time of 47 minutes to the starting time of 18:30.

18:30 + 47 minutes = 19:17

So, Angela should take the brownies out of the oven at 7:17 p.m.

Well as you know there are 60 minutes in one hour.

you have 6:30 (6 is in the hour side and 30 in the minute side)
you must add 47 to the minutes side which will give you a number greater than 60 and since 60 minutes is an hour you must convert the 60 minutes to an hour and add it to the 6 (in the hour side). once you are done putting the 60 mintes into the hour side you will have restant minutes which you must place in the minute side. send me your answer and I will tell you if it is right.