Q: If a timeout is one minute what is the 30 second timeout?

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There are 30 sec. and 60 sec. timeouts. Each team gets 3 timeouts per half

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.

There are two, 30 second periods in one minute.

=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.

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.

Well,there is an opportunity for every one to speak and lots of parts ranging from 30 minute talks to a 30 second answer..........

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.

Yes. Each team is allowed one (1) thirty (30) second timeout per game.

after 20 secs to give the team a 10 sec heads up that they need to wrap it up

Average acceleration over an interval of time = (final speed - initial speed) / (time for the change)= [ (0 - 30) / 1 ] (meters / second-minute) = [ (0 - 30) / (60) ] (meters / second-second) =-0.5 meter / sec2