An electronic 24-hour watch loses time every hour.
In the first hour, it loses exactly 1 minute.
In the second hour, it loses precisely 2 minutes and so on – so that, in general it loses exactly i minutes in the ith hour.
The rate of loss in a given hour remains constant. For example, from the 2nd hour to precisely 20 minutes after the second hour, the watch will lose 1 minute.
Given that the watch started to lose time starting from 00:00:00 (in HH:MM:SS format) on January 1, 2016 – determine the date and time when the watch will lose just over 24 hours.