Q: In a certain year May had exactly four Mondays and four Fridays On what day did May 1 fall that year?

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Every 5, 6, or 11 years, depending on how the leap years fall. August had this configuration in 1982, 1993, 1999, 2004, and 2010. Next three times will be in 2021, 2027 and 2032.

it doesn't matter when you receive the check it matters what pay period the check is for. for example if you get payed on the 3nd of august your getting paid fr work you did last week in July

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It depends on the date. Each day of the year is slightly more likely to fall on some weekdays than on others. The odds of a certain date falling on a certain weekday will always be either 14%, 14.25%, or 14.5%.For example, the odds of Christmas falling on a...... Sunday are 14.5%.... Monday are 14%.... Tuesday are 14.5%.... Wednesday are 14.25%.... Thursday are 14.25%.... Friday are 14.5%.... Saturday are 14%.The only exception is February 29:13.40% are Sundays.15.46% are Mondays.13.40% are Tuesdays.15.46% are Wednesdays.13.40% are Thursday.14.43% are Fridays.14.43% are Saturdays.

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Roman Catholic AnswerYes: Abstinence from meat, or from some other food as determined by the Episcopal Conference, is to be observed on all Fridays, unless a solemnity should fall on a Friday.There are two solemnities that can fall during Lent: the Annunciation of the Lord and Saint Joseph's Day. Whenever either of these solemnities falls on a Friday, the faithful are dispensed from the requirement to abstain from meat.You may have noted as well that Canon 1251 doesn't single out Fridays in Lent but says that "Abstinence . . . is to be observed on all Fridays". Many Catholics do not realize that the Catholic Church still requires Catholics to abstain on all Fridays of the year, either from meat or from some other good thing (as determined by each country's national conference of bishops).