FINDING THE TIME OF TIME ZONE©

 

In the Aristean Time Zones, the world is divided into 20 divisions.  Each division or zone is 18 degrees longitude wide and time is 5 aristos wide.  The time is in aristos.  Details of the Aristean Time Zones is at http://www.geocities.com/peacecrusader888/timezone.htm and the Aristean Decimal Time is at http://www.geocities.com/peacecrusader888/decimaltime.htm.

 

The formula to find the time of a Time Zone is:

 

            T2 = 5(Z2 – Z1) + T1

 

where              T1 is the time of the given Time Zone,

T2 is the time of the Time Zone sought for,

Z1 is the Zone Number of the given Time Zone, and             

Z2 is the Zone Number of the Time Zone in question.

 

 

Zone Number, Given

Time, Given

Zone Number, in Question

Time, Sought

For

Remarks

Z1

T1

Z2

T2

1

16

25

19

40

Both zones on the same day

2

19

40

16

25

Both zones on the same day

3

16

90

19

105

Time is 5 plus 1 day to date of Z1

4

19

5

16

-10 or 90

Time is 90 minus 1 day to date of Z1

5

3

20

17

90

Both zones on the same day

6

17

90

3

20

Both zones on the same day

7

3

85

17

155

Time is 55 plus 1 day to date of Z1

8

17

55

3

-15 or 85

Time is 85 minus 1 day to date of Z1

                                               

Note:   If T2 is more than 100, the time is the tens part, like in examples 3 and 7, they are 5 of 105, and 55 of 155, respectively.  But the date of Z2 is plus one day of date of Z1.

If T2 is negative, the time is 100 + T2.  In examples 4 and 8, they are 100 + (-10) or 90, and 100 + (-15) or 85, respectively.  The date of Z2 is one day less than the date of Z1.

           

File:  findtime.htm – Last updated:  October 22, 2004

 

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