Practice converting military time using the following problems. The answers are found in the Answer Key (Math Calculations Chapter section) at the end of the book. For both clocks, be careful to understand how to write the times of day in their proper formats. Remember, practice makes perfect when you are learning how to use the 24-hour military time system. While it might seem difficult at first, you could ultimately decide that you prefer this logic-based system. The 24-hour military time system can feel overwhelming when you are not accustomed to using it on a day-to-day basis. However, with a little practice, this time system will quickly become an effective means for communicating time without the risk of confusing a.m. Military time uses the same number of minutes per hour. It is just a different format in which you can express time. While converting a time from one format to another, there is no need to convert minutes.