## In a leap year there are 366 days.

## How many days are there in a leap year?

1 leap year is equal to how many days? **A leap year** can also be called a bissextile year or an intercalary year, which consists of **366 days**. Because every four years, there is one more day added in February, that is 29 days (28 days in February normally).

## Why are there 366 days in a leap year?

To be more accurate, there are 365.242199 days in a year, which can be round up to **365.25 days in a year** on average. Why is that? Because it takes the earth **365.242199 days** to orbit the sun, which makes a year.

But we usually use the number 365 days for a common year because it’s easier to remember. And all the numbers left – **0.242199** days – will slowly add up and that’s why there are 366 days in a leap year.

So we will talk about how to convert leap years to days.

## How many days is 1 leap year?

So, # CASE 1: 366 days in a leap year · 1 year = 366 days · 1 year = 1 y x 1 year = 1 x 366 d = 7366 days 1 year = 1 x 1 y = 1 x 366 d = 366 days1 leap year = 366 days(PS: minute= m, second= s,hour= h, day= d, year= y)# CASE 2: 366 days in 1 leap year · 1 leap year = 366 days · 2 leap years = 12 y x 1 year = 2 x 366 d = 732 days 2 leap years = 2 x 1 y = 12 x 366 d = 732 days2 leap years = 732 days |