Calculate Your Current Position on a 12-month Lifespan Calendar --
What's your date if your expected lifespan were a calendar year?






Date Month Year

You have been living for:
In months:
In days:
In hours:
In minutes:
Your next birthday will be in:
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Directions: Use the blue-bordered age calculator to determine your age in days. Then follow the directions below to calculate a more exact date and time for your Lifespan Calendar.

On the center calculator: Input your current age in days, followed by "/" and your expected lifespan, also in days. The expected lifespan in days for men is 27906. For women it's 29659. Multiply by 12: the number of months in a year. Add "1" to the whole number result. The whole number result represents your month.

For example: if you're a male 64, born October 23, 1952, your age in days is 23569. Divide 23569 by 27906. Multiply by 12. The result is 10.135024725865405. Add 1 to the whole number result, which is 10. The result is 11. Your current position would be November (11th month) on your lifepan calendar.

To find the day: Delete the whole number to the left of the decimal. (Keep the decimal intact.) Multiply the result by the number of days in your month (as determined above). Add "1" to the whole number result. The resultant whole number represents your day.

In the example above, multiply .135024725865405 by 30. (November has 30 days.) The result is 4.05074177596215. Add 1 to the whole number, which is 4. The result is 5. Your current day would be Nov. 5th on your lifepan calendar.

To find the hour: Delete the whole number to the left of the decimal. (Keep the decimal intact.) Multiply the result by 24 (the number of hours in a day). The resultant whole number represents your current hour.

In the example above, multiply .05074177596215 by 24. The result is 1.2178026230916. The resultant whole number is 1. Your current hour on November 5th would be 100 hours (1:00 am) on your lifepan calendar.

To find how many minutes after the hour: Delete the whole number to the left of the decimal. (Keep the decimal intact.) Multiply the result by 60 (the number of minutes in an hour). The resultant whole number represents how many minutes after the hour.

In the example above, multiply .2178026230916 by 60. The result is 13.068157385496. The resultant whole number is 13. Your current time on November 5th would be 1:13 am on your lifepan calendar.

To find how many seconds after the minute hand: Delete the whole number to the left of the decimal. (Keep the decimal intact.) Multiply the result by 60 (the number of seconds in a minute). The resultant whole number represents how many seconds after the minutes.

In the example above, multiply .068157385496 by 60. The result is 4.08944312976. The resultant whole number is 4. Your current time on November 5th would be 1:13:04 am on your lifepan calendar.

Note that this result is more specific than the general calculation for age 64 made in the column on the right. (The major reason for this difference is that age 64 in the right column is used as a whole number, with no decimal extension. Still, the difference is small: about two-and-a-half days.)

Calculations are close but approximate. Leap years are not included.

NOTE: If there is no decimal in a particular result, replace the result with .0

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Male Life Expectancy: 76.4       Female Life Expectancy: 81.2



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Directions: Input your current age, followed by "/" and your expected lifespan. Multiply by 12. Add "1" to the whole number result. The whole number result represents your month.

For example: if you're a male 64, divide by 76.4. Multiply by 12. The result is 10.052356020942407. Add 1 to the whole number result, which is 10. The result is 11. Your current position would be November (11th month) on your lifepan calendar.

To find the day: Delete the whole number to the left of the decimal. (Keep the decimal intact.) Multiply the result by the number of days in your month (as determined above). Add "1" to the whole number result. The resultant whole number represents your day.

In the example above, multiply .052356020942407 by 30. (November has 30 days.) The result is 1.57068062827221. Add 1 to the whole number, which is 1. The result is 2. Your current day would be Nov. 2nd on your lifepan calendar.

To find the hour: Delete the whole number to the left of the decimal. (Keep the decimal intact.) Multiply the result by 24 (the number of hours in a day). The resultant whole number represents your current hour.

In the example above, multiply .57068062827221 by 24. The result is 13.696335078533039. The resultant whole number is 13. Your current hour on November 2nd would be 1300 hours (1:00 pm) on your lifepan calendar.

To find how many minutes after the hour: Delete the whole number to the left of the decimal. (Keep the decimal intact.) Multiply the result by 60 (the number of minutes in an hour). The resultant whole number represents how many minutes after the hour.

In the example above, multiply .696335078533039 by 60. The result is 41.78010471198234. The resultant whole number is 41. Your current time on November 2nd would be 1:41 pm on your lifepan calendar.

To find how many seconds after the minute hand: Delete the whole number to the left of the decimal. (Keep the decimal intact.) Multiply the result by 60 (the number of seconds in a minute). The resultant whole number represents how many seconds after the minutes.

In the example above, multiply .78010471198234 by 60. The result is 46.8062827189404. The resultant whole number is 46. Your current time on November 2nd would be 1:41:46 pm on your lifepan calendar.

Calculations are close but approximate. Leap years are not included. For a more precise estimate, replace the age variable with age-in-days and calculate your current time on the basis of days instead of months. (See far left column.)

NOTE: If there is no decimal in a particular result, replace the result with .0

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