Calendar

Leap Year

1788 (MDCCLXXXVIII) was a leap year starting on Tuesday of the Gregorian calendar and a leap year starting on Saturday of the Julian calendar, the 1788th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 788th year of the 2nd millennium, the 88th year of the 18th century, and the 9th year of the 1780s decade.

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Leap Year

One leap year of the Gregorian calendar has 12 months.

One leap year of most lunisolar calendars, including the Hebrew calendar, has 13 months.

A leap year is 12 months just like a common year. A leap year is longer than the solar year and a common year is shorter than the solar year by just one day.

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Calendar

Leap Year

No

1975 wasn't a leap year, but if it was a leap year however, it would've been a double leap year lasting 367 days. The reason for this being is because the length of year is not 365-1/4 days or 365.25 days or 365 days and 6 hours. It's because the length of year is 365.24 days, 365-1/5 days + 1/25 days which adds up to 365-6/25 days which means we normally should only have 6 leap years in 25 years. That's where 6/25 comes from.

We can have leap years in years divisible by 5 and double leap years in years divisible by 25. However, the length of year is just a tidbit longer than 365-6/25 days and is inbetween 365-6/25 and 365-1/4 days so we could also add a triple leap year every 475 years to smooth things out and have stand alone triple leap years inbetween. The length of year is longer than 365-23/95 days or 365.2421 days approximately, but if the length of the year shortens by then, we wouldn't need these extra triple leap years because it won't accumulate by a full day anymore.

We have leap years per every fourth year to make things easier. You'll need a special program if you want to make your leap years your own way.

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Math and Arithmetic

Calendar

Leap Year

There is a leap year every 4 years, so there have been 3 since 2000, which was also a leap year: 2004, 2008 and 2012.

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Leap Year

Because that's the way it has been defined. The distribution of leap years was defined so that the average length of the calendar year (365.2425 days) was as close as possible to the real length of the year (about 365.2422 days).

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Calendar

Leap Year

In 46 BC with the creation of the Julian calendar.

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Leap Year

It depends upon the 100 years - in the 100 years from 1910 to 2009 there were 25 leap years, however in the 100 years from 1810 to 1909 there were only 24 leap years.

The difference is due to the century year: 1900 and 2000 - 1900 was not a leap year whereas 2000 was.

And this is due to the fact that the earth takes slightly less than 365.25 days to orbit the sun once - it actually takes approximately 365.242199 days.

When the Julian calendar was set up, it was assumed that the earth took 365.25 days to orbit the sun, however this is slightly too big and the result is that the calendar was getting ahead of itself - about 3/4 day earlier every 100 years.

This was corrected by the Gregorian calendar in 1582 which permitted only those century years to be leap years if evenly divisible by 400 and fixed the extra days by dropping 10 days from October. England (for religious reasons) and its colonies didn't adopt the new calendar until 1752 when 11 days were now needed to be dropped (from September).

Thus in every 400 years there are 3 centuries with 24 leap days and one with 25 leap days.

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Leap Year

No. 1988, 1992, and 1996 were.

How to remember leap years: Summer Olympics and US presidential elections.

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Leap Year

There are 366 days in a leap year.

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Wedding Engagements

Leap Year

- Some men may be too shy or feel the woman he loves will refuse to marry him or, he may be afraid to commit so some women will force the issue of getting married rather than wasting their future on someone that will not commit and this happens every year for many and has nothing to do with a Leap Year.

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Leap Year

1974 was not a leap year. It helps me to remember that leap years are the same as summer Olympics years and U.S. Presidential election years (except for 1800 and 1900, which were not leap years).

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Leap Year

In the first three months of a leap year, there are 31 + 29 + 31 = 91 days.

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Leap Year

One

An alternative is ALL of them (although some have more than 29).

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Alternative Medicine

Planet Earth

Memorial Day

Leap Year

For many people, it would be fine to drink noni juice on a regular basis. There might be times this would be questionable is if there is an unnatural, and possibly harmful ingredient. For instance, most health-concerned consumers would not wish to drink high fructose corn syrup every day, nor would it be good for you (though many people do it).

Thankfully though, most noni juice is completely pure. The main ingredient, of course, being the noni (morinda citrifolia) itself. Noni juice contains high levels of proxeronine, a precurser to xeronine, an alkaloid which is known to actually heal cells. Unfortunately, noni does not taste good on its' own, so noni juice also contains the ingredients of other juices. Common juices include apple, pear and beet, and it is then sweetened with a natural sweetener; usually honey.

So, in conclusion, for most people it might be okay. Check the ingredients list, just in case.

Noni juice may not be safe for people who need to restrict their intake of potassium-rich foods like tomato or orange juice. Brands vary but typically, juice made from noni is high enough in potassium that many kidney patients are advised by their doctors to avoid it. no, and yes, there has been some instances of people getting ill off of noni products and I have read in the following article of an individual dying.

http://noni.worldwidewarning.net/index.php

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Baseball

Calendar

Leap Year

Wait for it to be published. When the schedule is announced most web sites will print the schedule on their site (of course, this is after the conclusion of the MLB season)

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Clothing

Leap Year

they were invented in 1945

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Time

Calendar

Leap Year

Calendars repeat in a regular cycle, at least within a century, because each year has 1 day more than exactly 52 weeks, and leap years add another extra day . This combination results in a sequence of repeated calendars in a 28-year cycle. For NON-LEAP YEARS, a given arrangement of days will repeat in 6 years, then 11, then 11 years, then begin a new cycle. Crossing a century changes this because only every 4th century year (e.g. 2000 but not 2100, 2200, or 2300) is a leap year. LEAP YEAR calendars repeat every 28 years.

When Calendars repeat

There is a very simple pattern for determining "when" calendars repeat with the same day/date combinations. Define any year as one of four things: a "leap year", the "1st year after a leap year", the "2nd year after a leap year", or the "3rd year after a leap year". Add 28 to a "leap year" to get the next year that it will repeat. Add 6 to the "1st year after a leap year" to get the next year that it will repeat; add 11 to the "2nd year after a leap year" to get the next year that it will repeat. Also add 11 to the "3rd year after a leap year" to get the next year that it repeats. Ex: 2010 is the 2nd yr after a leap year and will repeat in 2010 + 11 = 2021. 2011 repeats in 2022; 2012 repeats in 2040; 2013 repeats in 2019; 2014 repeats in 2025; 2015 repeats in 2026; 2016 repeats in 2044; 2017 repeats in 2023; and so on.

How often calendars repeat

- Any leap year calendar will repeat in exactly the same way every 28 years.
- Any "1st year after a leap year" will repeat in a 6-11-11 cycle, ie, it will repeat in 6 years, then come up again in 11 years, come up again in 11 more years, then repeat the 6-11-11 year cycle.
- Both "2nd year after a leap year" and "3rd year after a leap year" will repeat in an 11-11-6 cycle.

Notice the patterns involve 6, 11, and 28. The cycles of 6-11-11 and 11-11-6 add to 28.

It can be 5, 6, or 11 years before an individual date-day combination comes up again. Individual days will repeat on a 6, 5, 6, 11 year cycle. For example, January 1, 2000 (a leap year) was a Saturday. The years that January 1 fell on or will fall on Saturday are: 1955, 1966, 1972, 1977, 1983, 1994, 2000, 2005, 2011, 2022, 2028, 2033, 2039, and 2050.

Possible Calendars

There are 14 possible combinations:

A year can begin on one of 7 weekdays, and the year can be a regular year or a leap year.

Note that the cycle doesn't repeat on a 14 year basis. Because the year can start on one of 7 days, and a leap year comes every 4 years, the cycle is more complicated, but any given year can have its calendar taken from one of the 14 possible calendars.

In a regular (non-leap) year, the year ends on the same day of the week as it starts (2005 started on Saturday, and will end on Saturday) That's 52 weeks and one day. The next year starts on the next day of the week, and should end on that same weekday. (2006 starts on a Sunday, and ends on a Sunday.)

A leap year will end on the weekday immediately after the weekday on which it starts, and is 52 weeks and 2 days long. (2004 started on a Thursday, and ended on a Friday).

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Salary and Pay Rates

Calendar

Leap Year

Salary is salary, not daily or hourly pay so it usually stays the same. If you have a cool boss he/she might give you a bonus or extra day off;)

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Leap Year

From 1870 to 2011 there have been 34 leap years.

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Calendar

Leap Year

May will always contain 31 days regardless of leap years, the only month affected by a leap year is February, which has 29 days in a leap year.

30 days hath September, April, June, and November all the rest have 31, except February which as 28 or 29 on leap year.

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Calendar

Leap Year

Yes. It is divisible by 4. Whether or not leap years were recognized that long ago, I am not sure.

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