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Calendar :
Some important facts
about calendar we must know :
Odd days: Number of days more than
the complete number of weeks in a given period is the number of odd days during
that period.
Ordinary year has 365 days ;It has 1odd days.
Leap year has 366 days ; It has 2 odd days.
100 year contain 5 odd days.
200 year contain 3 odd days.
300 year contain 1 odd day.
400 year contain 0 odd day.
Sunday
> '0' odd day.
Monday > '1' odd day.
Monday > '1' odd day.
Leap year:
Every Year which is
divisible by 4.
Every century year
must be divisible by both 4 and 400.
3.One leap year contains
'2' odd days.
The years which are mul of '4' are called leap years.
Leap year > 366 days (feb > 29 days).
Ordinary year > 365 days.
MONTHS DAYS
The years which are mul of '4' are called leap years.
Leap year > 366 days (feb > 29 days).
Ordinary year > 365 days.
MONTHS DAYS
Jan 31
Feb 28 (or) 29
Mar 31
Apr 30
May 31
Jun 30
Jul 31
Aug 31
Sep 30
Nov 30
Dec 31
One week = '7' days.
Leap year > '52' weeks + '2' odd days.
Ordinary year > '52' weeks + '1' odd day.
Feb 28 (or) 29
Mar 31
Apr 30
May 31
Jun 30
Jul 31
Aug 31
Sep 30
Nov 30
Dec 31
One week = '7' days.
Leap year > '52' weeks + '2' odd days.
Ordinary year > '52' weeks + '1' odd day.
Steps involved in
determining the day for given date.
§ Split the completed
years into multiple of 400 and remainder.
§ Split the remainder
into multiples of 100 and remainder.
§ Compute the odd day
for the remainder years.
§ Compute the odd day
for the completed months.
§ Compute the odd day
for the date.
§ Add up the number
of odd days obtained in (3) to (5).
§ Use the below table
to determine the required day.
Odd
days

1

2

3

4

5

6


Day

Sun

Mon

Tues

Wed

Thurs

Fri

Sat

Example:
1.What was the day
of the week on 16^{th} November 1989?
1989 = 1600 + 389 [Step
1]
389 = 300+ 89 [Step
2]
89 = 22 leap years + 67
ordinary years [Step 3]
= 22*2 + 67* 1 = 111 days =
R{111/7} = 6 odd days.
10 months completed i.e upto
October .
No of days in ten months = 365 –
(30+31) = 304 days.
No of odd days in ten months =
R{304/7} = 3 odd days. [Step 4]
No of odd days for given date =
R{16/7} = 2 odd days. [Step 5]
Sum of odd days from step 3,4,5 =
6 + 3 + 2 = 11 days = 4 odd days.
From the above table,we can find
the day, The required day is Thursday.
2.On what dates of
November 1989 did Thursday fall ?
These type of problems we need to
find the day on 1^{st} November, 1989.
For years,we have 6 odd
days,
For months, we have 3 odd
days,
For dates,we have 1 odd
day i.e 1^{st} November.
Sum of odd days = 10 days = 3 odd
days.
The day on 1^{st} November
1989 is Wednesday. So first Thursday on November month is 2 nd November, 9^{th} ,16^{th},23^{th} and
30^{th} .
3.The calendar for
the year 2012 is same as for the year ?
Count the number of odd days from
2012 onwards to get 0 odd day.
Year

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

Odd Days

2

1

1

1

2

At the end of 2016, 7 odd days =
0 odd day.
So calendar for the year 2012 is
same as that for the year 2017.
4.Today is
Saturday,After 65 days , it will be :
R[65/7] = 2 odd days.
This table is for these type of
problems alone. If today is Monday we have to take 0 odd day as Monday , 1 odd
day as Tuesday and so on . But In this problem,Today is Saturday So we have to
starts with Saturday .
Odd
days

1

2

3

4

5

6


Day

Sat

Sun

Mon

Tues

Wed

Thur

Fri

So the required day is Monday .
In calendar
Problems , Above four models Frequent. Be thorough with the concepts which
given. If you have any doubts plz post here.
CLOCKS
:
In a clock, the minute hand travels 360° in one hour or 6° in one minute and the hour hand moves 360° in 12 hours or 0.5° in one minute. Since the two hands move in the same direction the relative speed is 5.5°.
The following results are very useful to answer
questions fast.
o The two hands overlap each other every
65 5/11 minutes.
o In a 12hour gap the two hands would
overlap / coincide 11times and hence in a 24hour gap 22
overlap would
take place.
o In a 12hour gap the two hands would be
perpendicular to each other 22 times.
o In a 12hour gap the two hands would be in
a straight line 22 times.
o In a 12hour gap the two hands would be in
a straight line but opposite in direction is 11 times.
o In 60 minutes, the minute hand gains 55
minutes on the hour hand.
Another one shortcut formula for Clocks:
Angle = 30H – (11/2)M
H represents the hour
: M represents
the minute
Example :
1.What is the angle
between the two hands of a clock at 3:27 p.m.?
As per formula,
H = 3 ; M = 27
Angle = 30*3 – (11/2)27
= 90^{o} – 148.5^{o}
= 58.5^{o}^{ }(here no need to
represent the negative in that)
2.At what time between 2
a.m. and 3 a.m. is the angle between the two hands of a clock 28°?
The job is to find the time say, t minutes after 2 a.m.
when (y – x) = 28° . there are two possibilities – one in which the minute hand
is ahead of the hour hand and the other in which the hour hand is ahead of the
minute hand.
CASE 1
Now, y = the angular movement of the minute hand in t
minutes = 6t°.
Also x = 60 + 0.5t. [since at 2 a.m., 60° is already
covered]
So, 6t – 60 – 0.5t = 28 or
5.5t …………………… = 88 or
t ………………………… = 16.
CASE 2
In this case, (x – y) = 28°, y = 6t and x = 60 + 0.5t.
60 + 0.5t – 6t …… = 28 or
5.5t …………………… = 32 or
t ……………………….. = 32/5.5
= 5 9/11.
Thus, there are two points of time at which the angle
between the two hands
is 28° and these two points of time are 16 minutes past 2
a.m. and 5 9/11
minutes past 2 a.m.
EXAMPLES
1.Today
is Tuesday. After 62 days it will be:
Each day of the week is repeated after 7
days. After 63 days, it will be Tuesday.
After 62 days, it will be Monday.
After 62 days, it will be Monday.
2.Monday
falls on 20th March, 1995. What was the day on 3rd November, 1994?
Counting the number of days after 3rd
November, 1994 we have: Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. March
27+ 31 + 31+ 28 + 20 = 137days =19weeks + 4days . Number of odd days = 4.
The day on 3rd November, 1994 is (7  4) days beyond the day on 20th March, 1995.
So, the required day is Thursday.
27+ 31 + 31+ 28 + 20 = 137days =19weeks + 4days . Number of odd days = 4.
The day on 3rd November, 1994 is (7  4) days beyond the day on 20th March, 1995.
So, the required day is Thursday.
3.What
will be the day of the week on 1st Jan 2001 ?
1600 yeaas contain 0 odd day.
300 years contain 1 odd day.
100 years contain 5 odd days.
2000 years contain (0+ 1 +5) odd days =6 odd days.
1st Jan, 2001 has one odd day.
Total number of odd days upto 1st Jan, 2001 = 7 odd days =Q odd days.
The day will be Sunday.
300 years contain 1 odd day.
100 years contain 5 odd days.
2000 years contain (0+ 1 +5) odd days =6 odd days.
1st Jan, 2001 has one odd day.
Total number of odd days upto 1st Jan, 2001 = 7 odd days =Q odd days.
The day will be Sunday.
4.Today
is 1st April. The day of the week is Wednesday. This is a leap year. The day of
the week on this day after 3 years will be:
This being a leap year, none of the next 3
years is a leap year.
So,the day of the week will be 3 days beyond Wednesday.
The day after 3 years will be Saturday.
So,the day of the week will be 3 days beyond Wednesday.
The day after 3 years will be Saturday.
5.How
many days are there from 2nd January 1995 to 15th March, 1995?
Jan Feb
March 30 +28 + 15 = 73 days.

6.January
1, 1995 was a Sunday. What day of the week lies on January 1, 1996?
1995 being on ordinary year, it has 1 odd
day. So, the first day of 1996 will be one day beyond Sunday, i.e. it will be
Monday
7.On 8th
Feb, 1995 it was Wednesday. The day of the week on 8th Feb, 1994 was
1994
being an ordinary year, it has 1 odd day.
So, the day on 8th Feb, 1995 is one day beyond the day on 8th Feb, 1994. But, 8th Feb, 1995 was Wednesday. 8th Feb, 1994 was Tuesday. 
8.May 6,
1993 was Thursday. What day of the week was on May 6, 1992?
1992 being a leap year, it has 2 odd days.
So, the day on May, 1993 is 2 days beyond the day on May 6, 1992.
But, on May 6, 1993 it was Thursday.
So, on May 6, 1992 it was Tuesday.
So, the day on May, 1993 is 2 days beyond the day on May 6, 1992.
But, on May 6, 1993 it was Thursday.
So, on May 6, 1992 it was Tuesday.
9.The
year next to 1996 having the same calender as that of 1996 is:
Starting with 1996, we go on counting the
number of odd days till sum is divisible by 7.
Year 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000
Odd days 2 1 1 1 2 =7 odd days
0 odd day.
Calendar for 2001 will be the same as that of 1995.
Year 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000
Odd days 2 1 1 1 2 =7 odd days
0 odd day.
Calendar for 2001 will be the same as that of 1995.
10.January
1, 1992 was Wednesday. What day of the week was on January 1,1993?
1992 being a leap year, it has 2 odd days.
So, the first day of the year
1993 must be two days beyond Wednesday.
So, it was Friday.
1993 must be two days beyond Wednesday.
So, it was Friday.
11.On what
dates of April, 1994 did Sunday fall?
Find
the day on 1st April, 1994.
1600 years contain 0 odd day 300 years contain 1 odd day 93 years = (23 leap years + 70 ordinary years) = (46 + 70) odd days =4 odd days. Number of days upto 1St April, 1994 Jan Feb March April 31 + 28 ÷ 31 + 1 =9ldays=Ooddday. Total number of odd days = (0÷ 1 +4+0) =5 Odd day. Day on 1st April 1994 is ‘Friday’. Sunday was on 3rd April, 1994. Thus, Sunday fell on 3rd, 10th, 17th & 24th 
12.The day
on 5th March of a year is the same day on what date of thesame year?
Since any date in March is the same day of
the week as the corresponding date in November of that year, so the same day
falls on 5th November.
13.The
calendar for 1990 is the same as for
count the number of days for 1990 onwards to
get 0 odd day.
Year 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995
Odd days 1 1 2 1 1 1 = 7 or 0 odd day.
Calendar for 1990 is the same as for the year 1996
Year 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995
Odd days 1 1 2 1 1 1 = 7 or 0 odd day.
Calendar for 1990 is the same as for the year 1996
14.If the
first day of the year 1991 was Tuesday, what day of the week must have been on
1st January, 1998?
Total number of odd days from 1st Jan, 1991
to 1st Jan, 1998
Year 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997
Odd days I + 2 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 2 + 1 = 9 odd days
2 odd days
The day is 2 days beyond the day on 1st Jan, 1991.
i.e. The required day must be Thursday.
Year 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997
Odd days I + 2 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 2 + 1 = 9 odd days
2 odd days
The day is 2 days beyond the day on 1st Jan, 1991.
i.e. The required day must be Thursday.
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