Q: If a woman is 35 years old not including saturday's and sunday's how old is she?

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That depends on the year. There are always at least 52 Saturdays and 52 Sundays in a year, so most years there are 104 in total. Some years there can be 53 Sundays and 52 Saturdays, in which case the total is 105. There can also be 52 Sundays and 53 Saturdays, again giving a total of 105. If a leap year starts on a Saturday, then there are 53 Saturdays and 53 Sundays, so there are 106 in total.

there 5 sundays,mondays,saturdays in every 200 years

4 years

More like every 28 years, I think.

Over the very long average, once for every seven years. And it's "often".

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That depends on the year. There are always at least 52 Saturdays and 52 Sundays in a year, so most years there are 104 in total. Some years there can be 53 Sundays and 52 Saturdays, in which case the total is 105. There can also be 52 Sundays and 53 Saturdays, again giving a total of 105. If a leap year starts on a Saturday, then there are 53 Saturdays and 53 Sundays, so there are 106 in total.

there 5 sundays,mondays,saturdays in every 200 years

every 823 years.

4 years

once every 365 years!

The next six years in which that happens are 2014, 2025, 2031, 2036 and 2042.

Nothing. There are 5 Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays in October about once every seven years, not 823.Nothing. There was a claim that 5 Fridays, 5 Saturdays and 5 Sundays in October happens only every 823 years, but this is not true. It happened in 1999, 2004, 2010 and the next occurrence will be in 2021.

More like every 28 years, I think.

Over the very long average, once for every seven years. And it's "often".

The odds are exactly 14.5%, which makes the average frequency once per 6.9 years.

There are 14 calendar variations (7 days of the week plus leap years). Some years October will have 5 Fridays, 5 Saturdays, and 5 Sundays. October 1999, 2010, 2021, and 2032 all have 5 Fridays, 5 Saturdays, and 5 Sundays. This looks like an 11 year gap, but October 1988 and 2043 do not have 5 weekends.

There is an internet hoax going around claiming that certain occurrences of five days in a month occur every 823 years. For examples, in October 2010, there were five Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. However, this occurrence occurs at the most every 11 years. The next time five Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays occurs in a month is March 2013. The next time it occurs in October is October 2021.