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How many months is equal to 1000 hours?

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. Multiply how many days in the month (30 or 31) by 24 (hours in a day). For example, 31 x 24 = 744 hours (1 month). 1000 - 744 = 256 hours. 256 / 24 = 10.6 days. Therefore, 1000 hours is equal to one month and 10.6 days.

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