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5mi11er
Well, hopefully it takes those 12 weeks and changes that into 2 more months :-) <p>
As a very minor nit, the definitions of year and month may need to be adjusted depending on just how precise one wants to be. There are several definitions/equivalencies for the exact length of a year located <a href="http://webexhibits.org/calendars/year-astronomy.html">here</a>. <p>
For example, using the current Sidereal year's approximation as 365.2564, a month is more accurately said to be 365.2564/12 or 30.438 rather than 30.5, and a year based on 30.5 * 12 is 366 days long... <p>
-Scott
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