# How Old Am I? Age Calculator

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Calculating your exact age can be a fun exercise that provides a new perspective on the passage of time.

Ever wonder exactly how old you are in months, days, hours or minutes? Our age calculator has answers.

Here is how to answer the question, “How old am I” going beyond the standard of years.

## How do you calculate your age?

To calculate your age, you need to take your date of birth and the current date.

From there, is it easy to use simple arithmetic to determine your age in months, days, hours or minutes. Here are some basic formulas to calculate your age in different units:

### Calculating Age in Days:

To calculate your age in days, simply multiply your age in years by 365.

For example, if you are 25 years old, your age in days would be 25 x 365 = 9,125 days. This calculation can help you figure out fun milestones such as your 10,000th or 20,000th day.

### Good to know

Remember that leap years happen every fourth year to offset the inaccuracies of the calendar year and the time it takes for the Earth to rotate around the sun. Leap years add a February 29th the calendar and extended the year to 366 days instead of the standard 365.

### Calculating Age in Months:

To calculate your age in months, multiply your age in years by 12.

For example, if you are 30 years old, your age in months would be 30 x 12 = 360 months.

### Calculating Age in Hours:

To calculate your age in hours, multiply your age in years by 365 and then multiply that by 24.

For example, if you are 35 years old, your age in hours would be 35 x 365 x 24 = 306,600 hours.

### Good to know

Don’t forget to add 24 hours for year leap year if you want total accuracy.

### Calculating Age in Minutes:

To calculate your age in minutes, multiply your age in years by 365 and then multiply that by 24 hours and then multiple that by 60 minutes.

For example, if you are 40 years old, your age in minutes would be 40 years x 365 days x 24 hours x 60 mins= 21,024,000 minutes.

Calculating your age in different units can provide a new perspective on how much time has passed since your birth. It can also be useful for determining milestones or for measuring the time you have spent on various activities. Additionally, it can be important to know your age for various reasons, such as eligibility for certain activities or benefits, health assessments, and more.

## How do you calculate your age in Excel?

To calculate your age in Excel, you can use the DATEDIF function. Here's how:

1. Enter your birth date in a cell. For example, if your birth date is April 12, 1990, you can enter it as 4/12/1990.
2. In another cell, enter the formula: =DATEDIF(A1,TODAY(),"y")
3. Press Enter. The cell will show your age in years.

To calculate your age in months, change the "y" in the formula to "m". Here's how:

• To calculate your age in months, enter the formula: =DATEDIF(A1,TODAY(),"m")
• Press Enter. The cell will show your age in months.

To calculate your age in days, change the "y" in the formula to "d". Here's how:

• To calculate your age in days, enter the formula: =DATEDIF(A1,TODAY(),"d")
• Press Enter. The cell will show your age in days.
Alexandre Desoutter Redactor in chief

Alexandre Desoutter has been working as editor-in-chief and head of press relations at HelloSafe since June 2020. A graduate of Sciences Po Grenoble, he worked as a journalist for several years in French media, and continues to collaborate as a contributor to several publications. In this sense, his role leads him to carry out steering and support work with all HelloSafe editors and contributors so that the editorial line defined by the company is fully respected and declined through the texts published daily on our platforms. As such, Alexandre is responsible for implementing and maintaining the strictest journalistic standards within the HelloSafe editorial staff, in order to guarantee the most accurate, up-to-date information on our platforms and expert as possible. Alexandre has in particular undertaken for two years now the implementation of a system of systematic double-checking of all the articles published within the HelloSafe ecosystem, able to guarantee the highest quality of information.

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