1 00:00:00,000 --> 00:00:04,669 [MUSIC] 2 00:00:04,669 --> 00:00:09,190 In this exercise, we're going to tackle a task that comes up quite often. 3 00:00:09,190 --> 00:00:12,130 In programming, time is often measured in seconds, but 4 00:00:12,130 --> 00:00:15,380 people aren't accustomed to reading it that way. 5 00:00:15,380 --> 00:00:20,280 Your task is to take a time value that I've provided here, in seconds, and 6 00:00:20,280 --> 00:00:23,119 convert that to hours, minutes, and seconds. 7 00:00:24,440 --> 00:00:27,560 Use these values to then create a string literal 8 00:00:27,560 --> 00:00:30,235 describing what the formatted time reads as. 9 00:00:30,235 --> 00:00:31,809 Now I've provided an example here. 10 00:00:31,809 --> 00:00:35,595 So you can see the final string would look something like this, 11 00:00:35,595 --> 00:00:39,389 9700 seconds is 2 hours, 41 minutes and 40 seconds. 12 00:00:40,550 --> 00:00:43,760 So to get this playground, go to the teacher's notes, grab it, and 13 00:00:43,760 --> 00:00:44,990 then get started. 14 00:00:44,990 --> 00:00:48,520 Also included are links to videos in case you get stuck. 15 00:00:48,520 --> 00:00:50,600 In the next video, I'll go over my solution.