FTDNATiP calculations tell you how closely you may be related to your matches in terms of generations, not years. You can convert from generations to years by multiplying the number of generations by an average numbers of years between generations. In general, you can use an average of 25 or 30 years per generation, although this can obviously vary from family to family.
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Converting from generations to years
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