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# How many seconds are there in a leap year?

There are 86,400 seconds in a day and 31,536,000 seconds in a normal year. So, if a leap year is one day longer than a normal year then a leap year would have one more day's worth of seconds. That means that 31,536,000+86,400=the number of seconds in a leap year, or 31,622,400. So there are 31,622,400 seconds in a leap year.

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31 556 926 seconds in a year not 31 536 000
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