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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Leap years are containing 1 more day than the common years. Instead of having 365 days, the leap years have 366 days. The extra day is added in February and instead of 28, this month
every 4 years.
1. Divide the year for which you are trying to determine a leap year by four. If the year is not divisible by four, it is not a leap year. If the year is divisible by four, continue
1. Start off using the year you want to calculate. 2. See if it is. evenly. divisible by 4 (a whole number with no remainder) If it is not, like 1997, it is not a leap year. If it
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