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February 1860 did not have 31 days. 1860 was a leap year, so February had 29 days, instead of the normal 28.

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In 1984, January had 31 days and February had 29 days.

No 28 not 29 not 30 not 31

31 days in January 29 days in February 31 days in March 30 days in April 31 days in May 30 days in June 31 + 29 + 31 + 30 + 31 + 30 = 182 days

Neither. It will have 28 days.

February: 28 days (common year), 29 days (leap year) March: 31 days.

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In 1984, January had 31 days and February had 29 days.

No 28 not 29 not 30 not 31

31 days in January 29 days in February 31 days in March 30 days in April 31 days in May 30 days in June 31 + 29 + 31 + 30 + 31 + 30 = 182 days

31 days.

Neither. It will have 28 days.

January had 31 days. February had 28 days. March had 31 days. April had 30 days. May had 31 days. June had 30 days. July had 31 days. August had 31 days. September had 30 days. October had 31 days. November had 30 days. December had 31 days.

February: 28 days (common year), 29 days (leap year) March: 31 days.

no there are 30-31 days and on February there are 28-29 days

All months have 31 days EXCEPT February, April, June September & November

There are never 31 days in February, so it does not fall on any day.

In 2010: January had 31 days. February had 28 days. March had 31 days. April had 30 days. May had 31 days. June had 30 days. July had 31 days. August had 31 days. September had 30 days. October had 31 days. November had 30 days. December had 31 days.

In 2011: January had 31 days. February had 28 days. March had 31 days. April had 30 days. May had 31 days. June had 30 days. July had 31 days. August had 31 days. September had 30 days. October had 31 days. November had 30 days. December had 31 days.