Most people are two different ages in a given year. We take your age in a given year to be the highest age you will attain during that year. So, even though a what-if date may be before your birthday, we still describe your age as the oldest age you will be that year, the age you attain in that year (i.e. your age after your birthday that year).
Why does a what-if date you provide say I'm a year older than my actual age? Print
Modified on: Thu, 18 Jun, 2020 at 2:36 PM
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