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Q: How many seconds are there in one year have a leap year?

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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.^Last post was incorrect^31 556 926 seconds in a year not 31 536 000

In a non-leap year, there are 31536000 seconds in one year.

In a non-leap year, there are 31536000 seconds in one year.

In standard year there are 31,536,000 seconds. In a leap year there are 31,622,400 seconds. Occasionally a leap second is added to a year, so there would be one more second in those years.

3,155,760,000... accounting for leap year that one year is 365.25 days long

A ordinary year contains 31,536,000seconds.(60x60x24x365) a leap year contains 31,622,400seconds.

31,536,000 year x 100 = 3,153,600,000 in a century + 25 leap years in a century at 2,160,000 seconds = 3,155,760,000 in a century counting leap days.

366 days in one leap year .

A five year interval can contain none, one or two leap years and so it will have 26280000, 26294400 or 26308800 seconds. In addition, there may be a "leap second" which is added or subtracted. The maximum number of leap seconds in a 5-year period was 6 (in 1972-1977).

A leap year is singular--it only occurs ONE time and ONLY in that year. (One) Leap Year occurs every 4 years.

A normal year has 365 days; a leap year has 366 days.

366 in one leap year

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