# Formula to Calculate your Age till today

So you have searched Google for “How to calculate my age till today?” but you have come across many so-called “online age calculators”. But can’t find the Mathematical formula for calculating age. So in today’s … So you have searched Google for “How to calculate my age till today?” but you have come across many so-called “online age calculators”. But can’t find the Mathematical formula for calculating age. So in today’s article at TricksB.com, I will tell you, how you can calculate your age till today date with an example. I have listed some simple steps and rules below, that can calculate your age in the format dd, mm, yy.

## Necessary rules to calculate age

Before going through steps to find your age, we will need to know some very important rules. So,

• Rule : Always write your age in the format DD(day) MM(month) YYYY(year).
• Rule : Subtract from Left to Right, different from normal subtraction which we do Right to Left.
• Rule : If you take one carry from MM(month) to DD(day) always `add 30 to the DD(day) value`, because 01 Month = 30 Days.
• Rule : If you take one carry from YY(year) to MM(Month) always `add 12 to the MM(Month) value`, because 01 Year = 12 Months.

## Steps to calculate your age till today

So, keep in mind the rules we just learned. Make sure you follow each and every step as listed below:-

1. First, write the current date in `DD MM YYYY` format.
2. Below it, write your Data of Birth(DOB) in DD MM YYYY format.
3. Now subtract from left to right.
4. If needed, take carry as told in the above rules.
5. Now calculate your age and write it below DOB(as shown above).

Yeah! You have just calculated your age till today mathematically.

## Conclusion

You have just learned to mathematically calculate your current age till today. This formula can be used in many cases. Maybe, you will be required to calculate the age of appliances and big machinery in your company. Or, you are a programmer and you need to make an age calculator program. Then, you can use this formula.

Still have confusions, feel free to drop a comment below.