I’m not a natural mathematician so perhaps the answer is really obvious to others however I would love to understand it.

It’s related to the number of times the hour hand and the minute hand cross over on a clock in a given day (i.e at midnight, at 1.05, 2.10 etc)

Many people might immediately assume the number of occasions is 24 but of course the minute hand is always creeping forward. The number of times the hour hand and minute hand meet in a day is 22. The hands come together once every 65 minutes and you can do the maths - 1440 (number of minutes per day) / 65 = 22

But it’s not 22 exactly. 1440 divided by 65 is 22.153846

However the clock effectively resets itself at the start of every day. So each day, as far as I can tell, always has 22 instances no more and no less.

Where does the 0.153846 disappear to?