# How many days is 1 year please?

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- Anonymous4 weeks agoFavorite Answer
One year corresponds to the approximate interval of time that the Earth takes to complete a turn around the Sun. The years have a duration of 365 days, 5 hours, 48 minutes and 48 seconds approximately.

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- Jim MoorLv 73 weeks ago
The basis of "days" & "years" is actually difficult to pin down! Everything keeps changing, and it also depends on your frame of reference, like if you are on Mars vs Earth. And, nothing is perfectly even.

Planet Rotation Period Revolution PeriodMercury 58.6 days 87.97 daysVenus 243 days 224.7 daysEarth 0.99 days 365.26 daysMars 1.03 days 1.88 yearsJupiter 0.41 days 11.86 yearsSaturn 0.45 days 29.46 yearsUranus 0.72 days 84.01 yearsNeptune 0.67 days 164.79 yearsPluto 6.39 days 248.59 years

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- 3 weeks ago
Seven days in a year stoopidhead

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- Hugh3 weeks agoReport
Nope, seven.

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- 3 weeks ago
365 days on a normal year, or every four years 366 days, since February has one day more. Hope it helped

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- KrishnamurthyLv 74 weeks ago
1 year = 365.2422 days

https://pumas.jpl.nasa.gov/files/04_21_97_1.pdf

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- PuzzlingLv 74 weeks ago
The mean tropical year is approximately 365 days, 5 hours, 48 minutes, 45 seconds, or 365.2421897 days

Our Gregorian calendar only deals with whole days, so most years we have 365 days. But then we add leap years to compensate. Every leap year is 366 days.

Leap years occur nominally every 4 years when the year is divisible by 4 (such as this year), so this year will be 366 days long (we add a day to the end of February).

Leap years do not occur in the years divisible by 100 (1800, 1900, etc.) unless the year is divisible by 400 (2000, 2400, etc.).

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- Anonymous4 weeks ago
365 or 366 days

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