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"Well the same as in any year 52 weeks."

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Some would say that the standard is to count only the full weeks during any given year. Thus, depending on the starting day of the week, any extra day(s) at the beginning of January not part of a full week for that given year is then considered part of week 52 of the previous year, and likewise any extra day(s) at the end of December not part of a full week for that given year is then considered part of week 1 for the next year.

However, this only accounts for 364 days in the year (52*7). Since 2012 is a leap year, 366 days must be accounted for. The question is, are the extra days counted as separate weeks of their own?

Depending on the starting day of your week, the 2012 calendar year will have:

- Europe and ISO Standard (from Monday to Sunday) --
52 full weeks, a short (1 day) week to account for Sunday, January 1st, and a short (1 day) week to account for Monday, December 31st, for a total of 54 weeks.

- U.S. Standard (from Sunday to Saturday) --
52 full weeks, and a short (2 day) week to account for December 30th and 31st, for a total of 53 weeks.

- From Saturday to Friday --
51 full weeks, a short (6 day) week to account for January 1st through January 6th, and a short (3 day) week to account for December 29th through December 31st, for a total of 53 weeks.

Q: How many weeks in the year 2012?

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