In the United States students attend school 180 days per year. From kindergarten to 12th grade is 13 years. 180 days per year times 13 years in school = 2,340 days in school, about 19,000 hours or so (if they are in school 8 hours, some schools are more and some are less).
The total number of days in school is 2,340 between 0-18 years old.
In that same time period, you have 6,570 days in total, so about 35% of that would be spent in school.
The desert tortoise spends most of its life in an undergroud burrow.
Desert tortoises spend about 90-95% of their life in an underground burrow.
They spend most of their lives in underground burrows.
C: 47% + 25% = 72%
would it be possible to send all earners of school going age to SA if one percent of the wolds defence budget is spent on education
Desert tortoises spend much of their lives underground in burrows.
About 39% of High Schoolers drop out of school in their life.
A large proportion of my daily activities are spent in school.
Desert tortoises spend about 95% of their lives in an underground burrow.
The average percent of income spent of food is anywhere between 10 and 14%
1620 hours are spent in school every year
Before Barack Obama was the president, he spent most of his young life in Hawaii going to grade school. He then attended Occidental, Columbia, and Harvard Law School.
2 weeks of his/her life is spent kissing
They were ethier enrolled in school or homeschooled. They spent their life going south in a 1998 Oldsmobile.
Diane Fossey spent her life protecting Gorillas.
The answer depends on whether the "then 35 percent" applies to 35 percent of what was left or of the original sum.
Most likely 42%.
About a third is spent sleeping.
He wasn't taken to the town of his birth, he was taken to his Boarding School where he spent nearly all his life including Christmases - These were spent on his own as other pupils were home with family
Dirk Hartog is believed to have been born in October of 1580. However, it is not recorded as to what school he attended. He spent most of his adult life as an explorer.