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# What day of the week was February 29 1900?

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###### 2012-01-05 02:38:15

There was no such date. 1900 was not a leap year.

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It was a Monday, as was the first day of the year for 1900. 1900 was NOT a leap year, even though 1900 is divisible by 4, as for years ending in 00, the first two digits must also be divisible by 4 (eg. 1600, 2000, 2400). January 1 (and 29) in 1901 fell on a Tuesday.

It is added to the end of February, the second month of the year. In a regular year, the day after February 28 is March 1. In a leap year, the day after February 28 is February 29, and the day after February 29 is March 1.

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