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One-fifth of young people can't understand an analog clock

A new survey in the UK has found that more than a fifth of 18 to 24-year-olds struggle to unders...

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15.13 11 Dec 2019


One-fifth of young people can't understand an analog clock


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15.13 11 Dec 2019


A new survey in the UK has found that more than a fifth of 18 to 24-year-olds struggle to understand a conventional clock with hands and only half of this age group, known as Generation Z, say that they never struggle to tell the time. Is it a big of deal though if everything will be digital anyway? Have you noticed people having issues? Ciara chats to Brendan Guildea, Author and math's teacher in Leeson Street and hears from listeners 


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