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How many year in 1 week?
The answer is 0.0191653490489.

We assume you are converting between **Gregorian year** and **week**.

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The SI base unit for **time** is the second.

1 second is equal to 3.16887385068E-8 year, or 1.65343915344E-6 week.

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An average Gregorian year is 365.2425 days (52.1775 weeks, 8765.82 hours, 525949.2 minutes or 31556952 seconds). For this calendar, a common year is 365 days (8760 hours, 525600 minutes or 31536000 seconds), and a leap year is 366 days (8784 hours, 527040 minutes or 31622400 seconds). The 400-year cycle of the Gregorian calendar has 146097 days and hence exactly 20871 weeks.

a_{g} = a_g = 365.2425 days for the mean Gregorian year

A week is a unit of time longer than a day and shorter than a month. In most modern calendars, including the Gregorian calendar, the week is a period of seven days, making it the longest conventionally used time unit that contains a fixed number of days. Although having no direct astronomical basis, it is widely used as a unit of time.

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