1400 is a leap year in the Julian calendar, which was in use in Europe at that time. However, it is not a leap year according to the Gregorian calendar, the one we use today, because although 1400 is evenly divisible by 4 it is also evenly divisible by 100 and not evenly divisible by 400.
yes, but in the 1500's they discovered that every hundred years it should not be a leap year unless it is divisible by 400 as well.
No. The leap day is in February, not the leap year. By having a leap day in February, that makes the year into a leap year.
no,the next leap year is 2012!No, it is not a leap year.
Every 4 years is a leap year and this year of 2016 is a leap year.
The year 1400, as with any year between 1301 and 1400, is in the fourteenth century.
2100 is not a leap year, and the next leap year will be 2016.
2112 will be a leap year. If you meant 2012, then it too was a leap year.
2052 will be a leap year.
2006 was not a leap year.
The year 2500 is not a leap year.
The year 3300 will not be a leap year.
no- 2100 is not leap year.