Stop reverting the page. Your math is obviously wrong, are you in kindergarten? Whoever is editing this is claiming that a year consists of 368 days, and that that is 10 months of 5 weeks, each of 5 days, and 3 additional weeks, and 3 additional days. That makes 268 days. 10 months of 5 weeks = 50 weeks 50 weeks of 5 days = 250 days Additional 3 weeks = additional 15 days = 265 total days Additional 3 days = 268 total days
Either the correct number is 268 or your other information is wrong. The only other likely explanation is that each month consists of seven weeks (35 days total); in that case, a year is 368 days. Either way, the article is wrong.
People are still changing the page... the answer is 368 days consisting of 10 months (7 weeks, 5 days each), 3 fete weeks (5 days each), 3 additional holidays. Every source except this page has agreed on that.
- That information is old and outdated. The Essential Atlas, The New Essential Chronology, and The Essential Guide to Warfare have established that a year is 12 months, with at least 30 days in each. Cade Calrayn 01:05, May 20, 2013 (UTC)