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Here we discuss CAT level sample questions on CALENDARS

Bhavuk Pujara
MDI Gurgaon ‘18 Rank 3rd | CAT 98.3 | NMAT 98.8

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sir in lecture 11 q no. 3 I not understand after differentiation the f^n
  1. FEBRUARY 2016 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 CALENDARS Practice Questions Set 2


  2. Question 1: January 1, 2007 was Monday. What day of the week lies on Jan 1, 2008? (a) Monday (b) Tuesday (c) Wednesday (d) Sunday Solution 1 Observation: Reference date given Simply calculate No. of Odd days & add to Monday Year 2007 is an ordinary year with 365 days Ordinary year has 1 Odd day > Add 1 to Monday> Monday+ 1 Tuesday Jan 1st 2008 was a TuesdayAnswer


  3. Question 2: January 1, 2008 was a Tuesday. What day of the week lies on Jan 1, 2009? (a) Monday Thursday (b) Tuesday (c) Wednesday (d) Solution 2. Observation: Reference date given Simply calculate No. of Odd days & add to Tuesday Year 2008 is a Leap year with 366 days Leap year has 2 Odd days > Add 2 to Tuesday Tuesday 1 Thursday Jan 1st 2009 was a Thursday Answer


  4. Question 3: December 8, 2007 was a Saturday. What day of the week lies on December 8, 2006? (a) Monday Sunday (b) Friday(c) Wednesday(d) Solution 3. Observation: Reference date given - Simply calculate No. of odd days & subtract from Saturday Year 2007 is an Ordinary year with 365 days> Ordinary year has 1 Odd day 1 was added to the day of the week on December 8th 2006 to make it a Saturday on December 8th 2007 Dec 8th 2006 was a FridayAnswer


  5. Question 4: March 6, 2005 was a Monday. What day of the week lies on March 6, 2004? (a) Monday Sunday ib) Friday(e) Wednesday (d) Solution 4. Observation: Reference date given Simply calculate No. of odd days & subtract from Saturday Year 2005 is an Ordinary year with 365 days> Ordinary year has 1 Odd day 1 was added to the day of the week on March 6th 2004 to make it a Monday on March 6th 2005 March 6th 2004 was a SundayAnswer


  6. Question 5: Last day of a century cannot be: (a) Monday (b) Tuesday (c) Wednesday (d) Friday Solution 5 100 years have 5 Odd days 200 years have 3 Odd days 300 years have 1 Odd day 400 years have 0 Odd days 500 years have 5 Odd days 600 years have 3 Odd days 700 years have 1 Odd day 800 years have 0 Odd days 900 years have 5 Odd days > Cycle repeats every 4 centuries


  7. From Reference table below, last day of Century can only be as highlighted: Reference Chart Number of Odd days Day of the week Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 0 4 From options, Last day of the century cannot be a Tuesday Answer