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Default deduction of travel days from 5 year residency?

Got the green card (employment based) on Dec 5, 2011. Did 4-5 international travels (2-4 weeks each time) including a cruise (4 days).
Do I have to deduct these travel days when I was out of USA while calculating the "5 year" requirement? or not?

Just checking if I can send the citizenship application on Dec 5th this year.

Please help.

Thanks a lot!
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