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That was an awesome answer Aficionada....You have clearly explained why this happen...Also, I am surprised to know that even September and December dates also fall on the same days of the week... :) Thanks for the valuable information provided :)
That's very cool, I didn't even realize this.
It's really a fun pattern to observe. There are other pairs, depending on whether it's leap-year or not: in non-leap-years, April+July; leap-year adds January to those 2; in non-leap-years, January+October; in non-leap-years February+March+November.
Ohh woow !! When I posted this question I never knew about other pairs. I just thought it is only with March and November. Great to know about other such pairs and leap years. :)
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