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Having Same Days and Date

In any year 1st April and 1st July fall on same date and date. Find out the months in which the 1st day will fall on the same week day in 1) Normal year and 2) in leap year.

For this remember the numbers (making groups remembering is ease)

For Normal year 033 614 625 035

the number represent for month viz. 0 (Jan) 3(Feb) 3(Mar) 6(Apr) and so on.

Now number zero is same for Jan and Oct. means Jan and Oct are having same days and date.

Similarly 3 is same for Feb. Mar. and Nov are having same days and date.

6 is same for Apr. and July are having same days and date.

Remember the numbers

For Leap year 623 614 625 035

the number represent for month viz. 6 (Jan) 2(Feb) 3(Mar) 6(Apr) and so on. and apply same logic for Leap year.


Note by Sunil Pradhan
1 year, 6 months ago

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