# Aptitude - Calendar - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Calendar - General Questions (Q.No. 6)

6.

**If 6**what was the day of the week on 6

^{th}March, 2005 is Monday,^{th}March, 2004?

Answer: Option

Explanation:

The year 2004 is a leap year. So, it has 2 odd days.

But, Feb 2004 not included because we are calculating from March 2004 to March 2005. So it has 1 odd day only.

The day on 6^{th} March, 2005 will be 1 day beyond the day on 6^{th} March, 2004.

Given that, 6^{th} March, 2005 is Monday.

6^{th} March, 2004 is Sunday (1 day before to 6^{th} March, 2005).

Discussion:

106 comments Page 1 of 11.
Nanthakumar said:
2 months ago

The Correct answer is Sunday because this is calculate only 2005 march - 2004 march not included February.

For example; if the year consider leap year the February month 29 day.

But if the year consider non leap year the February month 28 days only.

Therefore 2005 is non leap year and this contains only 1 odd day.

But 2004 is leap year therefore this year contains 2 odd day but February month not included therefore this month same 1 odd days i.e Monday - 1= Sunday.

For example; if the year consider leap year the February month 29 day.

But if the year consider non leap year the February month 28 days only.

Therefore 2005 is non leap year and this contains only 1 odd day.

But 2004 is leap year therefore this year contains 2 odd day but February month not included therefore this month same 1 odd days i.e Monday - 1= Sunday.

Nkoyooyo Dauglas said:
4 months ago

Saturday is the correct answer.

The year 2004 was a leap year

2000years correspond to 0odd days.

3years have 3odd days.

From first Jan to 6th march 2004: there are 66 days which implies 3odd days.

Total odd days is 6 days.

Therefore, 6th March 2004 was a Saturday even the calendar shows.

The year 2004 was a leap year

2000years correspond to 0odd days.

3years have 3odd days.

From first Jan to 6th march 2004: there are 66 days which implies 3odd days.

Total odd days is 6 days.

Therefore, 6th March 2004 was a Saturday even the calendar shows.

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Krushna Badakh said:
5 months ago

Yes, Saturday is the correct answer.

(6)

Potti Sai Ganesh said:
9 months ago

Yes, the correct answer is Saturday.

Assume that, if 6th March 2004 is Saturday then only 6th March 2005 will be Monday. 2004 is a leap year so it adds 2 more days.

Assume that, if 6th March 2004 is Saturday then only 6th March 2005 will be Monday. 2004 is a leap year so it adds 2 more days.

(3)

Sunan Panja said:
10 months ago

The right answer is Saturday.

(6)

Allu Ganapathi rao said:
1 year ago

Agree, the answer should be Saturday.

(20)

Tushar said:
1 year ago

The Correct answer is Saturday.

(20)

Evanjalin said:
2 years ago

It should be a Saturday.

= (D+M+Y+LP)/7.

= (6+3+104+26)/7,

= 139/7.

= 6 that is Saturday.

= (D+M+Y+LP)/7.

= (6+3+104+26)/7,

= 139/7.

= 6 that is Saturday.

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Gautam dewasi said:
2 years ago

@All.

Note : Their is "if" Written in question,

Means we need to assume that in

6th march, 2005 is Monday.

Points to remember:-

1)

5th march, 2004 --- 6th march 2005 is

Equivalent to 1 year.

Means starting day and ending day is

Same for basic year.

Thus;

5th march 2004=6th march 2005= Monday.

For basic year;

6th march 2004 = Monday -1= Sunday.

Here, 1 means one day back.

2) For leap year.

Monday-2

Read question carefully,

If it is written in question that 2000 is not a leap year,

Then we need to assume it.

Hope it will help you.

Note : Their is "if" Written in question,

Means we need to assume that in

6th march, 2005 is Monday.

Points to remember:-

1)

5th march, 2004 --- 6th march 2005 is

Equivalent to 1 year.

Means starting day and ending day is

Same for basic year.

Thus;

5th march 2004=6th march 2005= Monday.

For basic year;

6th march 2004 = Monday -1= Sunday.

Here, 1 means one day back.

2) For leap year.

Monday-2

Read question carefully,

If it is written in question that 2000 is not a leap year,

Then we need to assume it.

Hope it will help you.

(9)

Veer said:
2 years ago

Saturday is the right answer.

Solution: 6 March 2004

cc+yc+mc+d.

6+5+3+6 = 20/7= 6 which is Saturday.

Solution: 6 March 2004

cc+yc+mc+d.

6+5+3+6 = 20/7= 6 which is Saturday.

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