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August has 5 sundays and the 10th is on a sunday
(A) Sunday, monday (B) sunday, monday, tuesday (c) friday, saturday (d) saturday, sunday (e) friday saturday sunday
They've mostly have happened on Saturdays and sundays
taking the SAT i wouldn't know that from the top of my head. there must be a mathematical way to solve it.
few years back monday tuesday also
More of a probability question
what's 30 divided by 5 and then for the ones with 31 will be uneven
not sure how to use that to solve the problem
If there's 5 Sundays, Sunday must be the first or second day for a 30 day month. It must be one of the first 3 days for a 31 day month.
i think begginersmind is correct.
that being said, I'm getting (b) sunday, monday, tuesday, right?
very nice explanation, gave me a good head start. thanks man.
/i think B is correct answer