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There are 672 hours on a regular year.

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if you mean how many hours you should sleep in a year it would be 3,650 hours of sleep for a regular year not a leap year



There are 8,760 hours in a regular year, or 8,784 hours in a leap year, in England, or absolutely anywhere else on earth.


Not in a leap year, 28 days x 24 is 672 hrs. On a leap year, 696 hours.


a leap year has an extra day. that extra day is February 29. in a regular year the month February only has 28 days


That will depend on the month. In a month with 31 days, there are 744 hours. In a month with 30 days, there are 720 hours. In a leap year February, with 29 days, there are 696 hours. In a normal year February, with 28 days, there are 672 hours.



There are 28 days in February 2013, as it is not a leap year. So 24 x 28 = 672 hours.


No. There are 8760 hours in a regular year, and 8784 hours in a leap year.


1416 in a non-leap year and 1440 in a leap year.


672 hours in a normal year, because 24 times 28 equals 672. It is 696 hours in a leap year, because 24 times 29 equals 696.


7 days in an ordinary year and 7 days and 6 hours in a leap year.


It is added to the end of February, the second month of the year. In a regular year, the day after February 28 is March 1. In a leap year, the day after February 28 is February 29, and the day after February 29 is March 1.


There are 8,784 hours in a leap year.


How many days in February, this year? 28 days, to be exact!


In terms of credit hours for institutions that operate on the regular two semester academic year, approximately five years.


it depends on if it includes february and it also depends on the year. January to June of a regular year = 181 days January to June of a leap year = 182 days February to July of a regular year = 181 days February to July of a leap year = 182 days March to August = 184 days April to September = 183 days May to October = 184 days June to November = 183 days July to December = 184 days August to January = 184 days September to February ending in a regular year = 181 days September to February ending in a leap year = 182 days October to March ending in a regular year = 182 days October to March ending in a leap year = 183 days November to April ending in a regular year = 181 days November to April ending in a leap year = 182 days December to May ending in a regular year = 182 days December to May ending in a leap year = 183 days average = 182.62125 days


February has 29 days in a leap year == February has 29 days during a leap year for the Gregorian calender instead of the regular 28. Every year that is divisible by four is a leap year. 2008/4 502 Leap year 2009/4 502.25 No leap year. http://www.timeanddate.com/date/leapyear.html


While not in school, a 17 year old can work up to 8 hours per day. During the regular semester, a 17 year old can only work 5 hours per day.


29 days * 24 hrs/day = 696 hrs


February is the only month that is different between a regular year and a leap year; it has 28 days in a regular year and 29 days in a leap year. So a leap year is only one day longer than a regular year.Leap Year Days per Month:31 - January29 - February31 - March30 - April31 - May30 - June31 - July31 - August30 - September31 - October30 - November31 - December


8,766 hours in one year.


A year is equal to 8,760 hours.


In a normal year there are 2419200 seconds in February. In a leap year there are 2505600 seconds in February.


In the typical year there are 8,760 hours. In a leap year, there are 8,784 hours.



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