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# Does February and March have the same month?

Updated: 9/23/2023

Wiki User

9y ago

No. In a normal year, they both start on the same day of the week and for the first 28 days they are the same. March has 3 more days after that, which February doesn't. In a Leap Year, February has 29 days and March starts one day later in the week.

No. In a normal year, they both start on the same day of the week and for the first 28 days they are the same. March has 3 more days after that, which February doesn't. In a Leap Year, February has 29 days and March starts one day later in the week.

No. In a normal year, they both start on the same day of the week and for the first 28 days they are the same. March has 3 more days after that, which February doesn't. In a Leap Year, February has 29 days and March starts one day later in the week.

No. In a normal year, they both start on the same day of the week and for the first 28 days they are the same. March has 3 more days after that, which February doesn't. In a Leap Year, February has 29 days and March starts one day later in the week.

No. In a normal year, they both start on the same day of the week and for the first 28 days they are the same. March has 3 more days after that, which February doesn't. In a Leap Year, February has 29 days and March starts one day later in the week.

No. In a normal year, they both start on the same day of the week and for the first 28 days they are the same. March has 3 more days after that, which February doesn't. In a Leap Year, February has 29 days and March starts one day later in the week.

No. In a normal year, they both start on the same day of the week and for the first 28 days they are the same. March has 3 more days after that, which February doesn't. In a Leap Year, February has 29 days and March starts one day later in the week.

No. In a normal year, they both start on the same day of the week and for the first 28 days they are the same. March has 3 more days after that, which February doesn't. In a Leap Year, February has 29 days and March starts one day later in the week.

No. In a normal year, they both start on the same day of the week and for the first 28 days they are the same. March has 3 more days after that, which February doesn't. In a Leap Year, February has 29 days and March starts one day later in the week.

No. In a normal year, they both start on the same day of the week and for the first 28 days they are the same. March has 3 more days after that, which February doesn't. In a Leap Year, February has 29 days and March starts one day later in the week.

No. In a normal year, they both start on the same day of the week and for the first 28 days they are the same. March has 3 more days after that, which February doesn't. In a Leap Year, February has 29 days and March starts one day later in the week.

Wiki User

9y ago

Wiki User

9y ago

No. In a normal year, they both start on the same day of the week and for the first 28 days they are the same. March has 3 more days after that, which February doesn't. In a Leap Year, February has 29 days and March starts one day later in the week.