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Extrapolate Regular Events

When something happens regularly in a certain time span, here can be calculated, how long it takes for it to happen a certain amount of times.
Example: if you eat three times a day, so on average every 8 hours, it takes more than 9 years for ten thousand meals.

The event happens every .

The event should happen times.

This takes a time of
years
weeks
days
hours
minutes
seconds

Round to     decimal places

1 year = 365.25636 days. Instead of e.g. 10000, it can be entered 10-thousand. The extrapolation is based on the assumption that the (average) frequency of occurrence stays constant for the whole time span. Practically this is often not the case.


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