If you are wondering how many years it’s been since you entered this world, you should look at the calendar and count the number of months of the year that have passed. Then multiply the number by 365 to get the number of years. That is 24 months.
Most people don’t realize that the calendar is a different way to count time. The number of days in the year is the same as the number of months, but the number of years is divided by 12. It can’t be divided by 12 because 12 isn’t a number. Instead, people just remember that the number of days in a year is always divisible by 12, and then they remember that the number of years in a year is always divisible by 365.
The calendar has a great deal of meaning in the western world. For instance, the year 2013 begins on December 1st. The first day of the year is December 30th. So December 30th is the day before the first day of the year. On December 30th, the number of days in the year is 365, and the number of years in the year is 24.
In this case, it’s just a matter of remembering that 365 is always divisible by 12, and that 24 is always divisible by 365. It makes perfect sense when you consider that the number of years in a year is always divisible by 24.
I think we should all just learn to write our dates in the month first, and then work our way up to the year first. It’s just way less confusing.
The year is just 24, a day is just 365, and the month is just 12. So the first day of the year is also the first day of the month, and the first day of the year is the first day of the month. So the first day of the year is always the first day of the month, and the first day of the year is always the first day of the month.
Why 24? Because 24 is a multiple of 24. If the month was 24, you could start by the month, and then the year would be the same as the month. Otherwise, you would have to start by the year, and then you would have to start by the month.
So why 24? For starters, it’s so that we can do things like add up the days of the month (days minus 1) and then add up the days of the year to get the equivalent month and year.
But more importantly, the same principle applies to any other number of months, years, or even days. We all have a calendar, so we all have an idea of what time it is. As long as you know what day it is, you can do your calculations.
This is why people make calendars, so they can do math with it. One of the first things a programmer does when they start programming is to use a calendar to figure out how many days, weeks, months, and years are in their program. Because any other way is just too hard and would require them to keep track of the calendar for a very long time. You can do it in a spreadsheet, or you can do it in a program.