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01 Aug 2003, 15:46
There are 20 students in a class. For a given year, which of the following statements must be true?
I. At least two of these students have their birthdays on a Sunday.

II. At least two of these students have their birthdays on the same day of the week.
III. At least two of these students have their birthdays in the same month.
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02 Aug 2003, 11:57
I. Not necessarily. All may be born in Tuesday, for example.
II. Yes, for there are only 7 days in a week.
III. Yes, for there are 12 months for a given year.
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02 Aug 2003, 15:14
stolyar wrote:
I. Not necessarily. All may be born in Tuesday, for example.
II. Yes, for there are only 7 days in a week.
III. Yes, for there are 12 months for a given year.

Mathematically, this is called "the Pigeonhole Principle".
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04 Aug 2003, 12:59
You might be wishing people the best, but you aren't explaining much.

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05 Aug 2003, 00:46
I think my explanation is complete. What else do you want to see?
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05 Aug 2003, 05:59
No not you Stolyar, Mr. AkamiBrah.
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