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What does "I possessed the means" mean? In the months table below, corresponding months have the same number, a fact which follows directly from the definition. There are seven possible days that a year can start on, and leap years will alter the day of the week after February This means that there are 14 configurations that a year can have.
All the configurations can be referenced by a dominical letter , but as February 29 has no letter allocated to it a leap year has two dominical letters, one for January and February and the other one step back in the alphabetical sequence for March to December. For example, is a common year starting on Tuesday , meaning that corresponds to the calendar year. On the other hand, is a leap year starting on Wednesday , meaning that corresponds to the calendar year, meaning that the first two months of the year begin on the same day as they do in i.
January 1 is a Wednesday and February 1 is a Saturday but because of a leap day the last ten months correspond to the last ten months in i. March 1 is a Sunday to December 31 is a Thursday. For details see the table below. For Julian dates before and after the year in the table which differs by an exact multiple of years should be used.
For Gregorian dates after , the year in the table which differs by an exact multiple of years should be used. The values " r0 " through " r6 " indicate the remainder when the Hundreds value is divided by 7 and 4 respectively, indicating how the series extend in either direction. Both Julian and Gregorian values are shown — for convenience. Bold figures e. If a year ends in 00 and its hundreds are in bold it is a leap year.
Thus 19 indicates that is not a Gregorian leap year, but 19 in the Julian column indicates that it is a Julian leap year, as are all Julian x 00 years. Use Jan and Feb only in leap years. Note that the date and hence the day of the week in the Revised Julian and Gregorian calendars is the same from 14 October to 28 February AD inclusive and that for large years it may be possible to subtract or a multiple thereof before starting so as to reach a year which is within or closer to the table.
To look up the weekday of any date for any year using the table, subtract from the year, divide the difference by , multiply the resulting quotient omitting fractions by seven and divide the product by nine. Note the quotient omitting fractions.
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Enter the table with the Julian year, and just before the final division add 50 and subtract the quotient noted above. From table: for hundreds 13 : 6. For remaining digits 15 : 4. For month January : 0.petsquanetrutsbur.tk
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For date 27 : To find the Dominical Letter , calculate the day of the week for either 1 January or 1 October. If it is Sunday, the Sunday Letter is A, if Saturday B, and similarly backwards through the week and forwards through the alphabet to Monday, which is G. Leap years have two Sunday Letters, so for January and February calculate the day of the week for 1 January and for March to December calculate the day of the week for 1 October.
In the Gregorian calendar — all years which divide exactly by other than those which divide exactly by In the Revised Julian calendar — all years which divide exactly by other than those which give remainder or when divided by December is in row F and 26 is in column E , so the letter for the date is C located in row F and column E.
October 13 is a F day. The letter F in the year row 07 is located in column G.
The letter in the century row 13 and column G is E, so the day of the week is Friday. January 1 corresponds to G, G in the year row 0 0 corresponds to F in the century row 20 , and F corresponds to Saturday. A pithy formula for the method: "Date letter G , letter G is in year row 0 0 for the letter F in century row 20 , and for the day, the letter F become weekday Saturday ". Use 17 in the Gregorian century row, column C and 83 in row C to find the dominical letter that is E.
The letter for September 18 is B, so the day of the week is Thursday. Use 16 in the Julian century row, column E and 76 in row D to find the dominical letter that is A. Feb ruary 23 is a "D" day, so the day of the week is Wednesday. In a handwritten note in a collection of astronomical tables, Carl Friedrich Gauss described a method for calculating the day of the week for 1 January in any given year. It was finally included in his collected works in Gauss' method was applicable to the Gregorian calendar.
He numbered the weekdays from 0 to 6 starting with Sunday. He defined the following operation: The weekday of 1 January in year number A is . The weekday of the last day in year number A - 1 or 0 January in year number A is. The weekday of 0 a common year or 1 a leap year January in year number A is. Security has been enhanced as we continue to be welcomed to use the building for our meetings.
We can only enter the building from the parking lot where someone will be there to open the door for us. You may not be able to gain access if you are more than 45 minutes late. The history of racial oppression in the United States is complicated and challenging. This month, we will attempt to address the legacy of historic, systemic oppression by considering the implications of the intersections between our last two Second Tuesday Race Forum meetings: Reparations in March, and Toward Right Relationship with Native Peoples in April.
We will look at both the cooperation between African Americans and Native Americans, and the challenges of being pitted against each other.
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How do we all heal and move toward Right Relationship and systemic change? This month we will explore reparations for slavery. The concept of 40 acres and a mule comes from General William T. The United States has never fully addressed the consequences of government sponsored subjugation and the waves of repression that followed the end of the Civil War. A panel will help us look at the case for reparations, various models for remedy, and what we can do today. A critical question continues to be what kinds of attitudes would have to exist in American society as a whole for us to actually have a reparations program get inaugurated?
The idea is being raised and discussed even by a Presidential candidate. Channel 7 recently interviewed some members of our Forum who are making personal investments in reparations.