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Explain why 1st of april is always on the same day of the week as 1st of july Watch

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    Explain why 1st of april is always on the same day of the week as 1st of july
    This is a maths problem solving question , please could you give your reasoning?
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    Because there’s always 93 days between them... 93 days is exactly 13 weeks, so will always be on the same day.
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    Well what's your answer? I'm assuming this is a question for homework, in which case you need to have attempted it first and then ask for help.
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    It's modular arithmetic bro.

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    (Original post by math42)
    It's modular arithmetic bro.

    This is beautiful, I never expected University Challenge memes to be a thing
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    (Original post by -Mathematician-)
    Because there’s always 93 days between them... 93 days is exactly 13 weeks, so will always be on the same day.
    ???!!!
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    (Original post by tiny hobbit)
    ???!!!
    I believe they mean 91.
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    (Original post by math42)
    I believe they mean 91.
    No, they just live in a country that has adopted the once a quarter leap week which has an added weekend...
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    modular arithmetic - genius post math42
 
 
 
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