In a leap year, a day is added to what month?
A leap year repeats itself after every 4 years.
Answer: In a leap year an extra day is added to the month of February.
Go through the explanation to understand better.
It takes approximately 365.25 days for Earth to orbit the Sun which is also called a new term called a solar year. The possible solution to this extra part of the day in a year was resolved by rounding off 365.25 days to 365 days and to make up for the missing partial day, we add 1 day to our calendar approximately after every four years. That is a leap year.
Leap years occur every 4 years. In fact, 2020 is a leap year and so 2024 is also a leap year. Except that, every 100 years, special rules are there. For example, 1900 wasn't a leap year, but 2000 was a leap year.