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Query from: Anonymous, United States, 01/25/11
Topic: OTHER_SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY      Submitted on: AnswerPod.com
Subject: time difference

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Here is the question: What's the time difference between new York and new Zealand?

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Response from: B Sreekanth Reddy,   
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Source: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_t…
Were it not for Daylight Savings Time, New Zealand would be 17 hours ahead of Eastern Standard Time. But New Zealand is on Daylight Savings Time when the U.S. is not, and the U.S. is on Daylight Savings Time when New Zealand is not (except for the few weeks when both are on Daylight Savings or Standard Time).

So, during the middle of the year (approximately March/April through September/November), New Zealand is 16 hours ahead of Eastern Daylight Time.

During the rest of the year (approximately September/November to March/April) New Zealand is 18 hours ahead of Eastern Standard Time.

From September 26 (when New Zealand begins Daylight Savings) to November 7 (when New York ends Daylight Savings), and from March 14 (when Daylight Savings begins in New York) to April 4 (when it ends in New Zealand), New Zealand is 17 hours ahead of New York.

Also, the Chatham Islands are 45 minutes ahead of mainland New Zealand. So, the Chatham Islands are 16 hours and 45 minutes ahead of Eastern Daylight Time, and 18 hours and 45 minutes ahead of Eastern Standard Time.

So, in December, if it's 10 AM on a Tuesday in New Zealand, it is 4 PM Monday in New York City.

In July, if it's 10 AM on a Tuesday in New Zealand, it's 6 PM Monday in New York City.

From September 26 to November 7, if it's 10 AM on a Tuesday in New Zealand, it's 5 PM Monday in New York City.

Also, from March 14 to April 4, if it's 10 AM on a Tuesday in New Zealand, it's 5 PM Monday in New York City.

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Response from: Avilash Mallik,   
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Hi, So, during the middle of the year (approximately March/April through September/November), New Zealand is 16 hours ahead of Eastern Daylight Time.

During the rest of the year (approximately September/November to March/April) New Zealand is 18 hours ahead of Eastern Standard Time.

From September 26 (when New Zealand begins Daylight Savings) to November 7 (when New York ends Daylight Savings), and from March 14 (when Daylight Savings begins in New York) to April 4 (when it ends in New Zealand), New Zealand is 17 hours ahead of New York.

Also, the Chatham Islands are 45 minutes ahead of mainland New Zealand. So, the Chatham Islands are 16 hours and 45 minutes ahead of Eastern Daylight Time, and 18 hours and 45 minutes ahead of Eastern Standard Time.

So, in December, if it's 10 AM on a Tuesday in New Zealand, it is 4 PM Monday in New York City.

In July, if it's 10 AM on a Tuesday in New Zealand, it's 6 PM Monday in New York City.

From September 26 to November 7, if it's 10 AM on a Tuesday in New Zealand, it's 5 PM Monday in New York City.

Also, from March 14 to April 4, if it's 10 AM on a Tuesday in New Zealand, it's 5 PM Monday in New York City.

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