• The leap day you speak of in the Gregorian Calendar is when they add February 29 every fourth year. If that was your birthday, then if you divide by 4 you have your (leap year) age.
    • Linda Joy
      Divide what by 4?
  • In leap year your birthday will be 29th of February, But in other year, you will have to use the previous day. Always calculate your birthday as 28th. Then you will get correct age in years.
  • Use February 28th as your birthday for non leap year
  • Same way everyone else does, take the year you were born from the year it is and that's your age. Just because that day doesn't show up on the calendar doesn't mean you skipped a year of aging. Nice try, though!

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