Easily convert hours to days and days to hours using the intuitive tools at examples.com. Streamline your time conversions efficiently!

hr to d

Formula: Time in days(d) = Time in hours(hr) 24

Hours :

Days :


d to hr

Formula: Time in hours(hr) = Time in days(d) x 24

Days :

Hours :


Conversion Factors:

  • Hours to Days: 1 day = 24 hours
  • Days to Hours: 1 hour = 1/24 days

How to Convert Hours to Days:

To convert hours to days, divide the number of hours by 24.


Example: Convert 48 hours to days.

Days=48/24=2 days

How to Convert Days to Hours:

To convert days to hours, multiply the number of days by 24.


Example: Convert 3 days to hours.

Hours=3×24=72 hours

Hours to Days Conversion Table

Hours (hr)Days (d)
1 hr0.04167 d
2 hr0.08333 d
3 hr0.125 d
4 hr0.16667 d
5 hr0.20833 d
6 hr0.25 d
7 hr0.29167 d
8 hr0.33333 d
9 hr0.375 d
10 hr0.41667 d
20 hr0.83333 d
30 hr1.25 d
40 hr1.66667 d
50 hr2.08333 d
60 hr2.5 d
70 hr2.91667 d
80 hr3.33333 d
90 hr3.75 d
100 hr4.16667 d

hr to d Conversion Chart

Days to Hours Conversion Table

Days (d)Hours (hr)
1 d24 hr
2 d48 hr
3 d72 hr
4 d96 hr
5 d120 hr
6 d144 hr
7 d168 hr
8 d192 hr
9 d216 hr
10 d240 hr
20 d480 hr
30 d720 hr
40 d960 hr
50 d1200 hr
60 d1440 hr
70 d1680 hr
80 d1920 hr
90 d2160 hr
100 d2400 hr

d to hr Conversion Chart

Difference Between Hours to Days

DefinitionA unit of time equal to 60 minutes or 3,600 seconds.A unit of time equal to 24 hours.
UsageUsed to measure short to medium durations, such as work shifts and meetings.Used to measure longer durations, such as vacations and project timelines.
Conversion Factor1 hour = 1/24 days1 day = 24 hours
Measurement ToolsMeasured using clocks and timers.Measured using calendars and planners.
Smaller UnitsMinutes, secondsHours, minutes, seconds
Larger UnitsDays, weeksWeeks, months, years
Practical ExamplesScheduling appointments, tracking work hours.Planning holidays, managing deadlines.
RepresentationCommonly visualized on clocks and watches.Commonly represented in calendars and schedules.

1. Solved Examples on Converting Hours to Days

Example 1:

Problem: Convert 48 hours to days.

Solution: Since 1 day = 24 hours,

Days=48 hours/24 hours/day=2 days

Example 2:

Problem: Convert 72 hours to days.

Solution: Days=72 hours/24 hours/day=3 days

Example 3:

Problem: Convert 120 hours to days.

Solution: Days=120 hours/24 hours/day=5 days

Example 4:

Problem: Convert 96 hours to days.

Solution: Days=96 hours/24 hours/day=4 days

Example 5:

Problem: Convert 150 hours to days.

Solution: Days=150 hours/24 hours/day=6.25 days

2. Solved Examples on Converting Days to Hours

Example 1:

Problem: Convert 2 days to hours.

Solution: Since 1 day = 24 hours,

Hours=2 days×24 hours/day=48 hours

Example 2:

Problem: Convert 3.5 days to hours.

Solution: Hours=3.5 days×24 hours/day=84 hours

Example 3:

Problem: Convert 7 days to hours.

Solution: Hours=7 days×24 hours/day=168 hours

Example 4:

Problem: Convert 10 days to hours.

Solution: Hours=10 days×24 hours/day=240 hours

Example 5:

Problem: Convert 0.5 days to hours.

Solution: Hours=0.5 days×24 hours/day=12 hours

Why is converting hours to days useful?

Converting hours to days is useful for managing longer-term schedules, planning projects, and understanding durations in a more meaningful context, such as days instead of just hours.

Can I convert a fractional number of hours to days?

Yes, you can convert any number of hours to days by dividing by 24, regardless of whether the number is an integer or a fraction.

What tools can I use to convert hours to days?

You can use online calculators, conversion apps, spreadsheets (like Excel), or manually perform the calculation using the conversion factor.

How accurate do I need to be when converting hours to days?

The level of accuracy depends on your specific needs. For general purposes, a rough estimate might suffice, but precise calculations are required for detailed planning and scheduling.

Are there any common mistakes when converting hours to days?

A common mistake is forgetting to divide by 24 or using an incorrect conversion factor. Ensuring you have the correct calculation is crucial.