There are 86,400 seconds in a day and 31,536,000 seconds in a normal year. So, if a leap year is one day longer than a normal year then a leap year would have one more day's worth of seconds. That means that 31,536,000+86,400=the number of seconds in a leap year, or 31,622,400. So there are 31,622,400 seconds in a leap year.
^Last post was incorrect^31 556 926 seconds in a year not 31 536 000
There are 2,505,600 seconds in February in a leap year.
86,400 seconds more than in a regular (non-leap) year.
There are 31,536,000 in an ordinary year, and 31,622,400 seconds in a leap year. 2008 was a leap year.
1 day = 86,400 seconds 1 leap year = 366 days = 366 times 86,400 = 31,622,400 seconds. The number of leap seconds added is a decision by the worldwide community of scientists. In any given year, there may be some leap seconds added, or there may be none. If any leap seconds are added to a leap year, the total is the number above PLUS the number of leap seconds.
31536000 seconds for a common year and 31622400 seconds for a leap year
there are 31,622,400 seconds in a leap year. Cause if there are 86,400 seconds in a day and 31,536,000 seconds in a year, you add 31,536,000 to 86,400 and you get 31,622,400
How many seconds in February (leap and not leap).How many seconds in February you ask? There are 2,419,200 seconds in February, (not leap). In a leap year you also ask well,2,505,600 second.IF I AM WRONG, USE A CALCULATOR! ( if you think!!!! )
63072000 seconds for a regular year, but 63244800 seconds in a leap year.
31536000 seconds, 31622400 in a leap year.
In a normal year there are 2419200 seconds in February. In a leap year there are 2505600 seconds in February.