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- 3 weeks ago
2020 is a leap year , 2020 can be evenly divided by 4.

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- Engr. RonaldLv 73 weeks ago
Yes. Every 4 years is a leap year when the month of February has a 29th day. The last leap year was 2016, so after 4 years, the next leap year will be 2020..

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- Jim MoorLv 73 weeks ago
In the Gregorian calendar, three criteria must be taken into account to identify leap years:

* The year can be evenly divided by 4;

* If the year can be evenly divided by 100, it is NOT a leap year, unless;

* The year is also evenly divisible by 400. Then it IS a leap year.

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- MICHAEL KLv 74 weeks ago
Yes, 2020 is a leap year. If the month of February has 29 days, then it is a leap year.

- TomVLv 73 weeks agoReport
I believe the causal relationship goes the other way. If it's a leap year, then February has 29 days.

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- Govind 3iLv 44 weeks ago
Yes year 2020 is a Leap Year.

If the last 2 digits of the year is divisible by 4 then it is a leap year (if the last 2 digits are 00 then the last 3 digits should be divisible by 400, then that year is a leap year)

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- thomas fLv 74 weeks ago
According to Pope Gregory of the 1600s, (who set up our current leap year system), A leap year occurs if the year is evenly divisible by 4, unless that year is also evenly divisible by 100, which means it is not a leap year, unless it is also evenly divisible by 400, which means it is a leap year after all.

2020 is a leap year, by these criteria. (And 2000 was also a leap year by these criteria.)

I like the fact that 2000 was a leap year according to a rule that applies only once every 400 years!

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- Anonymous4 weeks ago
Since my calendar for February 2002 has 29 days I'm going to say yes.

I didn't downvote, but think you mean 2020?

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- 4 weeks ago
yes. It's divisible by 4 and it's not a century year, so there's no need to figure anything further.

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