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rosette0400 Group Title

how many mins have I lived if I am 30 years old.

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  1. RandomAccount Group Title
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    1.57785e7

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    30 x 365.25 x 24 x 60

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    i think it would depend what year you were born if we take leap years into consideration

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  4. rosette0400 Group Title
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    born in 1982

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    There are 15,724,800 minutes in 30 years.

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    just off for a few minutes :P

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    i would rather count how many lives can i live in a minute....

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    Because every year is actually 365 and a quarter days, which is where we derive leap years, with a full extra calendar day.

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    Hero can you break down the equation

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  10. Harkirat Group Title
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    L.T. is correct, we make leap for convenience of having to count full days otherwise each year is 365 full days and 6 hours

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    30 years x 365.25 days in each year x 24 hours per day x 60 minutes per hour

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    @L.T. Thanks...☺

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    \[=30 \cancel{years} \times \frac{365.25 \cancel{days}}{\cancel{year}} \times \frac{24 \cancel{hours}}{\cancel{day}} \times \frac{60 minutes}{\cancel{hour}}\]

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    im confused cliffsedge

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    The units you don't want cancel out, leaving only minutes.

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