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When reading a Rakhaawah word with sakoon on it, what would be its duration?

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slaam o ailkum

When reading  a Rakhaawah word with sakoon on it, what would be its duration? Would it be one Haraka or less. And the same question about a word with Siddah and Tawassit with sakoon on it.

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Wa alaikum assalaam wa rahmatullah wa barakaatuh.
We can only measure vowels and mudood in terms of the harakah, or length of a vowel in tajweed.  We cannot measure other items in the same terms because they are based on taking the sound and length from a qualified teacher, but not on a derivative of the length of a vowel.  The timing of rikhaawah, tawassit and shiddah then should be taken from a qualified teacher and not from a vowel count or partial vowel count. 
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