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Answered 2012-05-31 19:28:19

Including 2000, there are 243 leap years from 2000 through 3000.

Most centuries have 24 leap years, every four years from the fourth through the 96th year of the century. Only once every four centuries is the last year of the century also a leap year (like the year 2000).

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