# Month To Years Conversion Chart-Formula

We all know that there are 12 months in one year, but do we know how much of a year one month contain? What is the exact ratio? If you are here to find out the exact figures or how you can find the exact numbers then stick with us.

## Definition Of Month

One month is the unit of time, but it is much bigger than hour and days. One month can be defined as 1/12 of one year. One month usually has 28-30 days. And one year as mentioned above has 12 months. This unit of time is used on calendar and can help you keep the track of days. The abbreviation used to represent month is “mo”.

## Definition Of Year

As science has explained one year is the time period in which earth completes its orbit around the big star called The Sun. There are total 365 days in one year but leap year comes as an exception as in that year the total number of days are 366, because of one additional day in February. Year is abbreviated as “yr” for example if you are talking about 10 years, then you can write it as 10 yr, or even with the single “y”.

To convert months into years, you can use the following formula;

Years = months ÷ 12

With the help of this formula you can easily convert months into years, you just need to know the values. This is a very direct and easy formula and it can help you get the exact figures you need to find out. For your understanding if we take 5 months and want to find out the converted value of these months into the figure of years. So, it must be put into the formula as (5÷12) now when you will solve this, you will get 0.416667, this figure is the value of year in 5 months.

## Conversion Of Months Into Years

With the help of conversion charts, you can know the exact numbers with just one right search.

This chart has the total record of 40 months, which is a long list but if in case the number of months that you need the record for is not in this chart then you will need to do the calculation, with the help of above mentioned formula and find out the result you need.

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