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June 25, 1982, fell on a Friday. On which day of the week

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June 25, 1982, fell on a Friday. On which day of the week did June 25, 1987, fall? (Note:
1984 was a leap year.)
A. Sunday
B. Monday
C. Tuesday
D. Wednesday
E. Thursday

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E for me:

365/7 = 52 + 1/7

Therefore, add a day to each year + 1 more because of the leap year.
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asdert wrote:
E for me:

365/7 = 52 + 1/7

Therefore, add a day to each year + 1 more because of the leap year.



very elegant, and i was using my fingers to figure it out.
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asdert wrote:
E for me:

365/7 = 52 + 1/7

Therefore, add a day to each year + 1 more because of the leap year.



very elegant, and i was using my fingers to figure it out.
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Well, after I figured that out, I doubled checked using my finger :D
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Same question : 7-t70641
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New post 24 Sep 2008, 19:55
pawan203 wrote:
Same question : 7-t70641

thanks pawan, OA given in the source is wrong.....now i can make it.
Right ans is Thursday
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vivektripathi wrote:
pawan203 wrote:
Same question : 7-t70641

thanks pawan, OA given in the source is wrong.....now i can make it.
Right ans is Thursday


Do we see such questions in GMAT? I dont think so. Please suggest whether to prepare for such topics or not?
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New post 25 Sep 2008, 06:35
jatinrai wrote:
vivektripathi wrote:
pawan203 wrote:

thanks pawan, OA given in the source is wrong.....now i can make it.
Right ans is Thursday


Do we see such questions in GMAT? I dont think so. Please suggest whether to prepare for such topics or not?


IMO why not?
It is just an arthmetic problem. (Just you need to convert the words world into maths world)

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