# Age in Minutes Calculator

Created by Komal Rafay
Reviewed by Anna Szczepanek, PhD
Last updated: Jan 18, 2024

Our age in minutes calculator is here to help you jazz up your age, so telling your age in minutes (a unique way of telling your age) could go hand in hand with your unique personality.

Are you a wonderer, a thinker, and ponder about the universe? Would you like to know the answers to questions like:

• What is my age in minutes?
• What is the age of Earth in minutes?
• Which insect has the shortest life span, in minutes?

## Age in minutes calculator

Getting started with our tool is easy and straightforward.
The main thing you have to do is select your date of birth or the starting date of any other event that you would like to measure in minutes. The current date is the default, but you can change it to the end date of some event or if you want to measure your age to a certain date and not today.
The result is displayed immediately, your age in minutes.

There are other units of chronological age you can choose from.

✅ So if you were wondering, what is the age of Earth in minutes? The age of our planet Earth is 4.543 billion years.

Now let's see, how much is that in minutes:

$4.543×10^9 \times 365.24 \times 1440 = 2380968000000000 \text{ minutes}$

## How to calculate age in minutes

You can use a simple formula to calculate your age in minutes.

$\text {Age in minutes} = \text {Age in years} \times 365.24 \times 1440$

The formula has a two-step process; in the first step, you convert years to days by multiplying the years by 365.24, the approximate number of days in a year.

In the next step, convert days to minutes. You multiply the number of days by 1440, the number of minutes in a day.

And there you have it, age in minutes. Simple, isn't it?

🙋 Now comes the part where we tell you that the mayfly is the insect with the shortest life span.
It lives for 1440 minutes only, which equals one day.

## Let's find your age in minutes

Now is the time to find your age in minutes.

Let's suppose you are 19.5 years old.

1. The first thing is to convert it to days.
19.5 × 365.24= 7122.18 days.

2. The next step is to convert the days to minutes.
7122.18 × 1440 = 10255939.2 minutes.

Now, you have the answer to your question, "what is my age in minutes?"

## Significant chronological calculators

What better way to stand out in a conversation than by telling your age each time in a different chronological age unit? Take a look at Omni's chronological age calculators.

## FAQ

### How can I calculate my age in minutes?

You can calculate your approximate age from years to minutes by using the formula:

Age in minutes = Age in years × 365.24 × 1440.

1. The first step is to convert from years to days by multiplying years by 365.24.
2. Next, convert days to minutes. There are 1440 minutes in one day. So, multiply the result from Step 1 by 1440.
3. The result is the age in minutes. It couldn't get any simpler than that.

### How many minutes has a 90 year old lived?

A 90-year-old person has lived 47,336,400 minutes.

You can easily determine the age in minutes by using the formula:

Age in minutes = Age in years × 365.24 × 1440.

So,

47,336,400 = 90 × 365.24 × 1440.

### How old is 2007 now?

Well, the year 2007 is approximately 8,192,160 minutes old on the 31st of July 2022.

That looks like a lot of time, 8.1 million minutes. But in years that is only 15.5 years.

Komal Rafay
Date of birth
Current date
min
People also viewed…

### Alien civilization

The alien civilization calculator explores the existence of extraterrestrial civilizations by comparing two models: the Drake equation and the Astrobiological Copernican Limits👽

### Paper thickness

This paper thickness calculator will help you find the thickness of a piece of paper using a ruler and a straightforward calculation.

### Price per acre

Use this price per acre calculator when calculating land price per acre from its total cost or to decide between two purchase options.

### Sunbathing

Do you always remember to put on sunscreen before going outside? Are you sure that you use enough? The Sunbathing Calculator ☀ will tell you when's the time to go back under an umbrella not to suffer from a sunburn!