Q: What Percent of Sunday's in a year?

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There were 53 Sundays in the year 2000.

There are 52 Sundays in 2013.

There are usually 52 Sundays in a year. But if the year starts on Sunday or is a leap year starting on Saturday, there will be 53 Sundays in that year.

There were a total of 52 Sundays in 2008.

You are guaranteed to have Sundays in a leap year, so in probability terms that is 1.

Not counting 2012, the most recent year with 53 Sundays was 2006.

There are either 52 or 53 Sundays in a leap year, depending on which day of the week it starts. If it starts on a Sunday or on a Saturday, there will be 53 Sundays, otherwise there are 52.

There are 51 Sundays in 2012. I checked my calendar for proof.

Lassie - 1954 A Year of Sundays was released on: USA: 6 December 1970

1896, which was a leap year that began on a Wednesday and ended on a Thursday, had 52 Sundays.

There are always 4 Sundays in February, except if it is a leap year and the 1st of February is a Sunday. In that case there are 5 Sundays.

That depends on the year. There are always at least 52 Saturdays and 52 Sundays in a year, so most years there are 104 in total. Some years there can be 53 Sundays and 52 Saturdays, in which case the total is 105. There can also be 52 Sundays and 53 Saturdays, again giving a total of 105. If a leap year starts on a Saturday, then there are 53 Saturdays and 53 Sundays, so there are 106 in total.