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Q: How many times each year do we have days in which the day and night are equal?

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Two days, the Equinoxes. Equinox is derived from the latin words for "equal" and "night", and there are two of them a year, the Autumnal Equinox and the Vernal Equinox.

twice a year, on the equinoxes

Two times

3 Twice. On the Autumnal equinox and on the Vernal equinox.

Twice a year (it happens on one day in spring and on one day in autumn).

The time from one sunrise to the next is about 117 Earth days. The length of day and night are roughly equal at about 58 Earth days each.

"Equinox" comes from the Latin words for equal and night, because it describes the two times each year when day and night are of equal length as the sun crosses the celestial equator.

no. on the first couple days of summer the sun sets i minuet later each night. after day light safeings times the sun sets about 1 minuet earlier each night.

Except in a leap year, there are 28 days in the month of February. 28 days is equal to 4 weeks. Consequently, each day occurs exactly four times during the month.

About 12 hours each day and each night.

One month can equal each of those numbers of days.

Around here where I am, a month can be 28 days, 29 days, 30 days, or 31 days. 1 billion seconds is equal to . . . -- 413.36 months of 28 days each -- 399.11 months of 29 days each -- 385.80 months of 30 days each -- 373.36 months of 31 days each -- 31.69 years. (All are rounded.)

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