# How many years between September 2006 and May 2011?

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- Engr. RonaldLv 76 months ago
4 years and nine months or 4 3/4 years.. answer//

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- charlatanLv 77 months ago
years between September 2006 and May 2011=(4+ 2/3)

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- ToddLv 77 months ago
If you go by the first of each month, it's 1642 days.

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- PuzzlingLv 77 months ago
It's more than 4 but less than 5.

It also depends on your definition of "between".

If you ask for the number of months between January and March, there are 3 possible interpretations:

1) You want all months included (Jan, Feb, Mar) --> 3 months

2) You only want the months strictly between (Feb) --> 1 month

3) You want the difference between a date in Jan and the same date in Mar --> 2 months

So your answer could be:

1) 4 years 9 months (including both endpoints)

2) 4 years 7 months (not including either end month)

3) 4 years 8 months (taking the difference between a date in Sept 2006 and then in May 2011.

The most common interpretation would be the last one.

Answer:

4 years 8 months (or 4 2/3 years)

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- TomVLv 77 months ago
September 2006 → September 2010 = 4 years

September 2010 → May 2011

9/10 → 5/11 = 8 months from beginning of Sep to beginning of May

Ans: 4 yr 8 mo

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- electron1Lv 77 months ago
If you count backwards, you will see that May is four months before September. Four months is one third of a year. Let’s subtract 2006 from 2011.

2011 – 2006 = 5 years

Now subtract one third. The time is 4⅔ years.

Two thirds of a year is 8 months. The time is 4 years and eight months. I hope this is helpful for you.

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- LônLv 77 months ago
4 years and 8 months....did you not pass your maths in school?

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- Anonymous7 months ago
Do you not have enough fingers?

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