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Odd days

Odd days is the remainder on dividing a period of days by 7, the unit of a week.

For example, for the month of July having 31 days in any year, Odd days of July = 3.

Similarly for every month except February and every year except a leap year, number of odd days is FIXED and predetermined.

Using odd days, you can solve calendar math problems with ease.

For example, when it is given that 1st October 2012 is Monday, you can easily find the day of 21st December 2013 as a Saturday.


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Odd days concept lies at the heart of calendar math. To know the day on 21st March, 2411 if it were a Monday on 1st October, 2012, just find the odd days between the two dates and count weekdays equal to odd days from the day after the starting day. In this session we will explain the concept of odd days, and show you how to solve calendar problems easily using the concept...

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