There are two, 30 second periods in one minute.
ARTICLE 7. a. A charged full team timeout requested by any player or head coach shall not exceed one minute, 30 seconds (Exception: Rule 3-3-4-e-3). This includes the 25-second play clock interval.
Yes. Each team is allowed one (1) thirty (30) second timeout per game.
Silly as it sounds, the length of a timeout depends upon how many TV commercials have been shown in the half. Besides the end of the quarter and the 2-minute warning, there are 8 additional "TV timeouts" which will extend the length of any given team timeout to 1 minute 50 seconds. Once all of the TV timeouts have been used up, any remaining team timeouts taken will only last 30 seconds.
=45 second, because a half of 1 minute =30 second and a half of 30 second= 15 second and when you add 30 and 15 = 45
no such thing, :20 second timeouts are 20 seconds long and full timeouts are 1:00 long
30 meters per second is faster than 1 mile per minute. 30 meters per second is about 67.1 mph. A mile per minute is 60 mph.
High school is 5; 3 60 second time outs and 2 30 second time outs
Well,there is an opportunity for every one to speak and lots of parts ranging from 30 minute talks to a 30 second answer..........
Each team receives one 30-second timeout per NHL game, regardless of whether the game ends in regulation or goes to overtime or a shootout.
There are no minutes in half a minute. - In one minute there are 60 seconds. - In half a minute there are 30 seconds. - In one hour there are 60 minutes. - In half an hour there are 30 minutes.