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Smaller decreasing daylight hours of Kermit in the north Tropics.

Ethiopian calendar months compared with Gregorian calendar months originally shared this post:

30 days of Meskeram is different from 30 days of September,

30 days of Tikimt ” ” 31 days of October,

30 days of Hidar ” ” 30 days of November,

30 days of Tahisas ” ” 31 days of December,

30 days of Tir ” ” 31 days of January,

30 days of Yekatit ” ” 28 or 29 days of February,

30 days of Megabit ” ” 31 days of March,

30 days of Miazia ” ” 30 days of April,

30 days of Ginbot ” ” 31 days of May,

30 days of Sene ” ” 30 days of June,

30 days of Hamle ” ” 31 days of July,

30 days of Nehase ” ” 31 days of August,

5 or 6 days of Pagume ” ” 6 to 10 or 11 of September

Eternity of Pagume 6

The day Pagume 6 is eternal because about 0.04107 seconds of Pagume 6 does recur per minute. The day Pagume 6, like all other day, has 24 hours in which the day has 1440 minutes (=24*60) or 86,400 seconds (=1440*60). The day Pagume 6 is the leap year day. Leap year day means the day recurs once in every four years. The number of days of four years is 1461 (=365.25*4). In the Ethiopian calendar system 1461 days is equal to the sum of 365 days of three ordinary years and 366 days of leap year (=365*3+366*1). We know two quantities:-the number of seconds of Pagume 6 is 86, 400, and the number of days of four years is 1461. Therefore, we inquire and answer here what is the average number of seconds of Pagume 6? We divide 86,400 seconds by 1461 days and get quotient 59.137577 seconds. This result shows that about 59.137577 seconds of Pagume 6 does recur per day. Besides, we are also able to determine that about 2.4640657 seconds of Pagume 6 (=59.137577 divided by 24 hours) does recur per hour. This shows that the quantity of the day Pagume 6 is about 2.4640657 seconds per hour. Finally dividing 2.4640657 seconds of Pagume 6 by 60 minutes gives about 0.04107 seconds. This shows that about 0.04107 seconds of Pagume 6 does recur per minute. The law of Pagume 6 is an eternal.