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Every day has 24 hours. Since 1 hour = 60 minutes, (24 hr)*(60 min/hr) = 1440 min. The exception to the 24 hours is that every once in awhile, they add a 'leap second' to the day, so that the atomic clocks stay in sync with the Earth's rotation. If you are referring to minutes of daylight on the Summer Solstice (day with the most daylight hours), then I'm sure there are tables out there to find this information, but it will vary by location. In areas near the Arctic Circle they have daylight nearly all day in the Summer time, for example.

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In a normal 365 day year, there are 105120 minutes in one-fifth of a year.

365 days x 24 hours x 60 minutes = 525600 minutes.

Days/year * hours/day * minutes/hour * seconds/minutes = seconds/year 365,24*24*60*60 = 31.556.736 seconds in a year

1 day = 1440 minutes 1 year = 525600 minutes 5 years = 2628000 minutes (should be:D)

A normal year is 365 days. 3/4 of that is 273.75 days. There are 1440 minutes in a day. 1440 x 273.75 = 394,200 minutes.

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The longest day in any year is the summer solstice. In 2011, this will occur on June 21 in the Northern hemisphere and December 22 in the Southern hemisphere.

the longest

Yes. Longest day of the year in one hemisphere, and shortest day of the year in the other hemisphere. So our summer solstice on June 21 is the longest day in Europe or America, but the shortest day for the Australians.

It's very simple, actually! There are 365 days in a year, right? If you save five minutes every day for 365 days, you multiply 5 by 365 to find out how many minutes total you saved that year.

Thanksgiving Day

Because it is the shortest day of the year.

On the summer solstice in Boston, Massachusetts, there are approximately 15 hours and 17 minutes of daylight. This is the longest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere.