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In this sixth video lecture I have tried to solve the questions of Calendars topic using the concepts that I have taught in my previous video lecture on Calendars.

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Hello sir, You said that 1st jan 1st AD is monday, considering it as an assumption when i solved 15th aug 2010 i got the answer as monday since i got 0 odd days as final result, but in some websites they have given the answer as sunday. What is the reason behind that?

Venkata the answer is Sunday....you must have made some mistake while calculating the odd days.....1st jan 1st AD is monday so 1st jan 2001 AD is also monday......after that you can count the odd days the answer would be sunday.....you can post the method with which you have solved the question....may be then i could tell the mistake which you have made.......

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ReplyDeleteYou said that 1st jan 1st AD is monday, considering it as an assumption when i solved 15th aug 2010 i got the answer as monday since i got 0 odd days as final result, but in some websites they have given the answer as sunday. What is the reason behind that?

Venkata the answer is Sunday....you must have made some mistake while calculating the odd days.....1st jan 1st AD is monday so 1st jan 2001 AD is also monday......after that you can count the odd days the answer would be sunday.....you can post the method with which you have solved the question....may be then i could tell the mistake which you have made.......

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