How many years between each leap year?


There are usually 4 years between every leap year which adds an extra day to the shortest month of the year, and that is the month of February. February every other year only consists of 28 days.
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A leap year happens every four years. The extra day of the year falls on February 29th. I wonder how many babies are born on that day.
A leap year only happens every 4 years. If you have a range of 1875 - 1700, that gives you. 1875 - 1700 = 175. 175 years in which leap years can occur. Divide this number by 4 to
If one assumes that the birth rate on any particular day is constant - and I'm not aware of any good reason not to assume that - then the proportion of people born in leap years would
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