Test Your About Leap Year Quiz Questions and Answers

Questions : 12 | Total Attempts: 1612 | Recent Updated: 01-Mar-2020
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Leap Years comes every fourth year. February, which is usually 28 days, consists of 29 days in a leap year. When this happens, that year is called Leap Year and this day is called Leap Day. You must be wondering how this happens and why a day is added in February itself. It takes 365 days and 6 hours for the Earth to make a full orbit of the Sun. So these 6 hours become 24 hours in four years, making it 1 leap day. If we do not add this extra day in every fourth year, then every year 6 hours will be removed from the calendar and then every 100 years, only 24 days will disappear from the calendar. That is why one day is added in February every fourth year. Test yourself how much you know about Leap Year trivia quiz.

Questions Excerpt


1. Children born in a leap year/day are called...

A. Leap lings

B. Leapers

C. Both of the above

D. None of the above

2. There will be a leap year when that year is also divided by…

A. 4

B. 100

C. 400

D. None of the above

3. Which one is Leap year?

A. 1800

B. 1900

C. 2000

D. 2400

4. According to which calendar, that year is considered a leap year only after completing three things?

A. Indian

B. American

C. Gregorian

D. All of the above

5. Some people believe that children born on this day own…

A. Unusual talents

B. Personalities

C. Special powers

D. All of the above

6. Children born in a leap year usually celebrate their birthday on...

A. February 28

B. March 1st

C. Both of the above

D. None of the above

7. In which year was the very first leap year?

A. In 1750

B. In 1752

C. In 1754

D. In 1756

8. In which year Leap Year Celebrated in the 21st Century, First?

A. In 2000

B. In 2004

C. In 2006

D. In 2008

9. Who Invented Leap Year/Day?

A. Julius Caesar

B. Lord Rama

C. Both of the above

D. None of the above

10. Which was the longest year in history?

A. 46 BC

B. 48 BC

C. 50 BC

D. 52 BC

11. How many weeks are in a calendar Leap year?

A. 51.1428571 weeks

B. 52.1428571 weeks

C. 53.1428571 weeks

D. 50.1428571 weeks

12. How long was a year in ancient times Instead of 12 months?

A. 08 month

B. 09 month

C. 10 month

D. 11 month

 

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