negative number and positive number, I'm sure you can work it out yourself.
This can be considered a trick question, will probably work out as 2+number of years Jesus Christ lived+2. Since I do not know the number of years Jesus lived on Earth, I don't think I can provide the more accurate answer to your question.
The answer is 3 years. The reason is because there is no year 0. So 1 AD immediately follows 1 BC.
That period spanned 4 years from January 1st 2BC to December 31st 2AD, however there were actually two years "between them" i.e
2BC, 1BC, 1AD, 2AD
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so many wise and learned answers made me confused and decided to stay away from answering,may be, because 2BC is for sure but do not know the exact 2AD.
2 BC refers to two years before Christ's birth.
2 AD refers to two years after Christ's death.
Experts say Christ lived 33 years.
Therefore, the stretch between 2BC and 2AD is 37 years.
However, this is just theory...not rocket science.
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