To convert weeks to days, simply multiply the number of weeks by 7, for example:

How many days are there in 4 weeks?

4 x 7 = 28

Therefore, in 4 weeks we have 28 days.

There are some formulas to identify the day of the week in Excel, it could be the function TEXT() or WEEKDAY()

Using the text formula: `=TEXT(NOW(); "dddd")`

, the result will be the day of the week in full, executing this function, the result will be: `.`

This same function can also return abbreviated values, to do this, just change the format, from "dddd" to "ddd", see:

`=TEXT(NOW(); "ddd")`

, the result will be:

Now if the intention is to return in numbers, for example, 1 for Sunday, 2 for Monday and so on, the WEEKDAY() function is used, see:

`=WEEKDAY(NOW();1)`

, the result will be values from 1 to 7, being:

- Sunday
- Monday
- Tuesday
- Wednesday
- Thursday
- Friday
- Saturday

In the function, I used today's date as a parameter, but it is possible to enter a specific date, just enter it, and the second parameter in which I entered the value 1 indicates the function so that the week starts on a Sunday.

Next, to identify the number of the week we are in or the number of the week on a given date, we use the function WEEKNUM().

`=WEEKNUM(NOW();1)`

In the example above we used the function to identify the week number we are in today, but you can change it by passing a date as a parameter.

Weeks | Days | Hours | Minutes |
---|---|---|---|

1 | 7 | 168:00:00 | 10,080 |

2 | 14 | 336:00:00 | 20,160 |

3 | 21 | 504:00:00 | 30,240 |

4 | 28 | 672:00:00 | 40,320 |

5 | 35 | 840:00:00 | 50,400 |

10 | 70 | 1680:00:00 | 100,800 |