On what day of the week were you born? (2022)

Recently we learnt a very impressive trick: tell us the date you were born and we will almost immediately tell you what day of the week that was.

This trick is a favourite of savants and lightning calculators. We are not in their league; we are merely average. But still, we can perform the calendar trick almost as quickly, and without cheating: we really do all the mental calculations required.

In fact, most people could do exactly what we do, just after a little bit of practice. Our goal here is to show you how.

Doing it the hard way

Let's look back to Thursday, 25 May 1961, when President Kennedy announced the goal to land a man on the Moon. Finally, on 20 July 1969 Neil Armstrong stepped on the Moon, and you want to know what day of the week that was. How could you do it?

Enter the date of your birth and push the button. (If it doesn't work, check that JavaScript is enabled in your web browser.)

The difference between the two dates is six ordinary years, two leap years, one 31-day month and one 30-day month, and then go backwards five days (from the 25th of the month to the 20th). Summing up, there are a total of (6 x 365) + (2 x 366) + (31 + 30) − 5 = 2978 days between the two dates. Dividing by 7, we get 425 weeks with 3 days left over. Since 25 May 1961 is a Thursday, it will beThursday again 425 weeks later, and 3 days after that will be a Sunday. So, 20 July 1969 is a Sunday. Ta da!

But let's be realistic. It is very unlikely that you could perform these calculations quickly enough to impress anyone. And neither could we.

Doing it quickly: four easy pieces

As our example illustrates, it is fundamentally straightforward to calculate the day of the week of any date. All we need is the day for a convenient reference date, together with the basic facts about our Gregorian calendar: the lengths of the months and the rules for leap years.

The key is to streamline the calculations as much as possible. Many people have written about this calendar trick, and there are as many approaches. Here, we have attempted to simplify the procedure as much as possible for dates in the most commonly requested range. So, our recipe works very well for an audience of real people, but not so well if you are confronted by, say, the ghost of MarieAntoinette.

Our recipe has three big advantages:

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  • The amount of memorisation and calculation required is kept to a minimum.
  • The most difficult calculations are to add on single-digit numbers, and to find the remainder after dividing by 7.
  • Each calculation requires only one of the day, month or year components of the given date. This means that you can begin to calculate while the date is still being read out to you.

We'll assume that you're already a pro at adding on single-digit numbers. Then, the key to becoming super quick at the date trick is to become really good at finding remainders after dividing by 7. Also, you will have to memorise the green and purple tables below. (It used to be you had to memorise times tables: now it's Time tables!)

The four main parts of the calculation are described below. In order to help you master them, we have prepared a separate practice web page. This page generates random numbers and dates for you to test yourself, with the answers within easy (but not too easy) reach.

Pressing the button will open a separate page for practising the calculations.

Remainder after dividing by 7. You will have to practise finding the remainder of numbers (from 0 to 54) when divided by 7. The possible remainders are from 0 up to 6. For example, 0, 7, and 14 all leave a remainder of 0, 33 leaves a remainder 5, and 52 leaves a remainder of 3.

Month offset. Each of the twelve months is assigned a number, as given in the following table:

JanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDec
6
2
2
5
0
3
5
1
4
6
2
4

You must memorise this table, but it is not as hard as it may seem. One helpful approach is to split the twelve numbers into four groups of three: 622, 503, 514 and 624. Note that the first and last groups only differ in the final spot, and that the second and third groups are also similar, only differing by 1 in the second and third spots.

Decade offset. Each decade is also assigned an offset number. The decade offsets for 1900 to 2010 are given in the following table:

190019101920193019401950196019701980199020002010
1
6
5
3
2
0
6
4
3
1
0
5

Again, you can identify mini-patterns to help memorise the table. For example, 16 and 32 and 64 appear in the table, with 3 the offset for the 1930s and 6 the offset for the 1960s.

Leap year offset. The final ingredient is to account for leap years. These are counted from the previous turn of the decade, and are given by the following table:

0123456789
even
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
2
2
odd
0
0
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2

For example, 1937 appears in an odd decade (since 3 is odd), and the table gives us a leap year offset of 2 (look it up under 7 in the odd row). This offset accounts for the two leap years after 1930 and up to 1937: that is, 1932 and 1936.

It is easy enough to memorise the table of leap year offsets, but it is probably better to not bother. Instead, it is easier to simply remember the relevant leap years: 4 and 8 in even decades, and 2 and 6 in odd decades. Then, we just count 1 for each leap year after the turn of the decade.

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Let's do it! (1900 to 2019)

We'll now go through the complete details of a birthday calculation, using the great boxer Muhammad Ali as our example. Ali was born on 17 January 1942.

You first ask Mr. Ali (respectfully!) to state his birthday in the natural order: "Seventeenth ... of January ... nineteen forty-two": you can emphasise that the date should be recited slowly, to make sure you hear it correctly. As the different components of the date are called out, you then perform the following calculations in your head.

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The first five steps should be self-explanatory. Start with the day of the month, and the month and decade offsets are added on. Then the final digit of the year is added on, together with the leap year offset.

Finally, in Step 6, the total is divided by 7, and the remainder is translated into the day of the week: 0 = Sunday, 1 = Monday, 2 = Tuesday and so on. For Mr. Ali you end with a 6, making the day of his birth a Saturday. You're done, and you may now bow to the thunderous applause!

The fine print: January and February of leap years

The calculations above will work for about 96% of the dates in our range. However, if the date is in January or February of a leap year, then you have to subtract 1 from your total. Of course, as we remarked above, it is very simple to spot leap years. They are just the years ending in 0, 4 and 8 in even decades, and the years ending in 2 and 6 in odd decades. For now, the only exception to beaware of is 1900, which is not a leap year. We discuss this annoying exception below.

For example, let's calculate the day of birth of Michelle Obama, born on 17 January 1964. The calculation for the First Lady would be similar to that for Ali, and we again end with a 6. But, Mrs. Obama was born in January of a leap year, so we subtract 1, resulting in 5: Mrs. Obama was born on a Friday.

You now have everything you need to perform the calendar trick on your friends. Below we consider more technical details: years from other eras and some finetunings of the method, both of which you may wish to consider. But you are able to start practising now. PUSH THE BUTTON!

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Even finer print: other centuries

What about a date later in the 21st Century? Luckily that's easy: simply subtract 1 from the corresponding 20th Century calculation. For example, as we calculated, Neil Armstrong stepped on the moon on a Sunday, which our recipe would compute as a 0. Now, as you have probably already deduced, subtracting 1 from 0 is recorded as a 6. So, the centenary of the moonlanding, on 20 July 2069, will be a Saturday.

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Marie Antoinette requires a century offset of +4.

The same approach works for other centuries: you can calculate the corresponding date in the 1900s and then adjust by the appropriate century offset. In the previous example, we used the offset of -1 for the 2000s, and of course the 1900s have 0 offset. The offset for the 1800s is +2 and, just in case you are confronted by the ghost of Marie Antoinette, theoffset for the 1700s is +4.

In fact, for our Gregorian calendar these are all the century offsets you ever need to remember, since the offsets cycle every fourth century. For example, the offset for the 2100s is +4, the same as for the 1700s.

The finest print: leap year exceptions

We think of leap years as those years divisible by 4. However, there is one exception, introduced by Pope Gregory III in 1582 for our new calendar: in the Gregorian calendar the century years are not leap years. So, for example, 1900 was not a leap year. However, the Pope also introduced an exception to the exception: every fourth century year is a leap year. So, forexample, 2000 was a leap year.

These leap year exceptions affect the above calculations in two places. First, for January and February of 1900, we do not have to make the leap year adjustment as we did for Michelle Obama. Secondly, for January and February of century leap years, such as in 2000 and 2400, we have to subtract 1 from the century offset.

Let's illustrate this with an example. James Bond (the famous ornithologist) was born on 4 January 1900. This computes to a 4 (with no leap year correction needed), and so Bond was born on a Thursday. The centennial of Bond's birth was on 4 January 2000: we subtract 1 for the century offset and 1 again for the 2000 leap year exception, and conclude that Bond'scentennial occurred on a Tuesday. By comparison, 2100 is again a leap year, and so no extra leap year adjustment from 1900 is required: we simply add 4 for the century offset and conclude that Bond's bicentennial, on 4 January 2100, will occur on a Monday.

How does it work?

Think of 1950 as our anchor year. Notice that for 1950 all the year and leap year offsets are 0. So, Steps 1 and 2 are all we need to find the days of dates in 1950.

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Now consider any other year. To find the days in this new year, we simply have to shift the corresponding days in 1950 by a fixed offset number (keeping in mind the January and February fine print, in the case of a leap year). The remaining steps are just designed to find this offset number, for the years in our range, as simply and as quickly as possible. Finally, for years outside ourrange, we just have to incorporate as well the appropriate century offset. That's it! (See why the method works in more detail.)

Finetuning the trick and finding out more

As we mentioned, there are many different approaches to the calendar trick. Below are some slight variations which you may wish to consider, and some suggestions for where to explore further. Enjoy!

1. In most performing situations, you will have a good idea of how old your audience will be. This means that you can just focus upon the most likely decades (and bluff a bit if you happen to get caught out).

2. To make the numbers to be added even smaller, you can have the offsets and/or remainder range from -3 to 3.

3. Another way to make the numbers smaller is to divide by 7 at each step, just keeping the remainder.

4. You may have noticed that in the video of Art Benjamin, he asks for the date in reverse order, starting with the year. If you prefer the dates delivered in this order, you would pretty much just reverse the order of the steps in our recipe.

5. If you are going to be given dates over a wide range of years, then you will also need the century offsets. But, you will not need the last two decade offsets in our table.

6. The day calculator built into this web page is a bit crude. For example, it will give the day of a nonsensical date such as 31 February. There are many polished and free programs out there, which can also cope with different types of calendars. (For our Macs, we are very happy with the program Date Calculator.) Also there is a nice iPhone application called Day of the week.

7. For other methods of quickly calculating the day of a given date, we recommend that you check out the Wikipedia page on calculating the day of the week. Also an impressively explicit formula for the day of a given date can be found on Claus Tondering's website.

8. Our calendar recipe is based upon the recipe described in the terrific book by Arthur Benjamin and Michael Shermer, Secrets of Mental Math: The Mathemagician's Guide to Lightning Calculation and Amazing Math Tricks. If you are interested in going beyond our recipe, and in finding out more about lightning calculation, this book is absolutely a must-have. You can also watch avideo of one of Art Benjamin's shows on the TED website, in which he performs all sorts of lightning calculations.

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About the authors

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Burkard Polster and Marty Ross are Australia's tag team of mathematics. They write the Maths Masters column for the The Age newspaper in Melbourne. For many years they have been delivering the mathematics lecture series at the Melbourne Museum, visiting schools and touring the countryside with their Mathematical Mystery Tour. Currently, Burkard is lecturing mathematics atMonash University, and Marty is somewhere, lost in the woods.

Check out what else Burkard and Marty are up to at www.QEDcat.com.

FAQs

What is the saying about what day you were born? ›

Monday's child is fair of face, Tuesday's child is full of grace. Wednesday's child is full of woe, Thursday's child has far to go.

How do you calculate the day you were born? ›

How to Calculate date of Birth | Birthday. To do this manually, you would need to know your exact current age and the date of the day when you're calculating it from. Then you can simple subtract the number of years from the current year, number of days and you will have found out your date of birth.

What is the rhyme for the days of the week you were born? ›

The traditional nursery rhyme

Monday's child is fair of face Tuesday's child is full of grace Wednesday's child is full of woe Thursday's child has far to go Friday's child is loving and giving Saturday's child works for its living And a child that's born on the Sabbath day Is fair and wise and good and gay.

What was the day of week? ›

In English, the names are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, then returning to Monday.

Does the day you were born mean anything? ›

An important aspect of this birth chart is the day when you were born. Your Birth Day, says a lot about how you are and all the great things that you are destined to do.

What are the two most important days of your life? ›

"The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why." – Mark Twain.

What is the most common day to be born? ›

The Zippia site lists every day of the year and the most popular day for babies to be born is September ninth. Out of the top ten days for U.S. births, nine of the days are in September; July 7 sneaked into that list at number six.

How do you write birth date? ›

The international standard recommends writing the date as year, then month, then the day: YYYY-MM-DD.

How do I find out what day a date was? ›

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What is Wednesday's child full of? ›

[Monday's child is fair of face/ Tuesday's child is full of grace/Wednesday's child is full of woe/ Thursday's child has far to go/Friday's child is loving and giving/ Saturday's child works hard for his living/And the child that is born on the Sabbath day/Is bonny and blithe, and good and gay.]

What does it mean if you are born on a Monday? ›

You will find the Monday born kind, modest, adaptable, possessive, caring and motherly. People Born On Monday in PersonalityMoon is the only satellite of the earth and has a significant place in astrology among the important planets that rule the horoscope of every person.

What is Wednesday's child? ›

The saying 'Wednesday's child is full of woe' simply refers to an old English poem that was used to make people believe that a child that is born on a Wednesday will have a life full of bad luck and trouble. The use of the word woe in the English dictionary today is an expression of grief, regret, distress, etc.

Why is Sunday the first day of the week? ›

The Gregorian calendar, currently used in most countries, is derived from the Hebrew calendar, where Sunday is considered the beginning of the week. Although in Judaism the Sabbath is on Saturday, while in Christianity it is on Sunday, Sunday is considered the beginning of the week in both religious traditions.

What's the last day of the week? ›

The international standard ISO 8601 for representation of dates and times, states that Sunday is the seventh and last day of the week.

How many days are in a week answer? ›

There are 7 days in a week.

What happens if a girl born on Tuesday? ›

Those born on Tuesday share a fighting spirit and strong determination. They are always fuelled by a desire to lead and win. Their prominent characteristics are fiery nature, active disposition, enthusiasm, zealous energy, courage and impatience.

What happens if a girl born on Wednesday? ›

The Wednesday born are highly logical minded. You will shine well in those careers that involve mathematical abilities and scientific approach. Curiosity was born with you and hence you always love to explore everything around you. You will love travels, meeting with new people and undergoing new experiences.

What is the most attractive birth month? ›

A new study has revealed that people born in April are the sexiest - and having a birthday in April myself, I'm obviously completely sold on the theory… Researchers at FROM MARS have revealed the months of the year as well as the star signs that produce the 'sexiest' people out there.

Why the day you were born is important? ›

It has been said that the two most important days of a man's life are the day on which he was born and the day on which he discovers why he was born. This is why we were born: To love the Lord our God with all our heart and soul and mind and strength, and our neighbor as ourselves.

Who is the most important person in your life and why? ›

Many people answer that the most important person is their child, their parent, their spouse or some other loved one. But the real answer is YOU! You are the most important person in your life! Most of us were raised to believe that putting ourselves first is selfish.

Why are you born quotes? ›

Why We Are Born: Remembering Our Purpose through the Akashic Records by Akemi G. “Synchronicity happens when we align with the flow of the universe rather than insisting the universe flow our way.” “Life is never against you because you are the one who is creating it.”

Which birthday is rarest? ›

Christmas, New Years, Christmas Eve, July 4th, Halloween, and some suspiciously Thanksgiving days all make the top 10 least common birthdays.

What's your golden birthday? ›

Your golden birthday is when the date of your birth coincides with your age. For example, if you were born on October 8, your golden birthday took place when you turned 8. If you were born on December 21, your golden birthday took place when you turned 21.

What is a golden baby? ›

Here are a couple other terms related to loss: angel baby: a baby that passes away, either during pregnancy or shortly after. born sleeping: a stillborn baby. golden baby or pot of gold: a baby born after a rainbow baby. sunset baby: a twin who dies in the womb.

How do you write the date with the day of the week? ›

How to Write Dates with Days of the Week. When writing a long-form date, use a comma after days of the week to ensure readability. How fortunate that the world did not end on Friday, December 21, 2012! Monday, May 5, is my last day of work.

What is a 4 digit date of birth? ›

Four Digit Year Format means a format that allows entry and processing of a four-digit year date where the first two digits designate the century and the second two digits designate the year within the century.

Does birth date include year? ›

or birth·date

the date of a person's birth, usually expressed as a specific day, month, and year.

How do you solve day and date questions? ›

Problems on Calendar, Basics and Methods, Shortcuts, Time and Date

Which day is out of 365? ›

Day number of the year is 275. Day number is indicating the number of the current (today's) day of the year. Day of the year (DOY) number is between 1-365 or 1-366 according to if the current year is a leap year or not. This year 2022 is a not leap year and there are 365 days.

What is the date today 2022? ›

What day is it today. Today is , 02 October 2022.

What is Tuesday child? ›

People born on a Tuesday will supposedly be very gracious, agreeable, refined, and polite in manner or behavior. From a nursery rhyme called "Monday's Child" meant to help children remember the days of the week (and predict a child's future).

What does Thursdays child do? ›

In the 1887 version of the Monday's Child poem published in Harper's Weekly magazine, it is actually Thursday's child “who works hard for a living”, with Saturday's child having “far to go”. Rather than trying to read too much into interpretation, enjoy to poem for it's light-heartedness and fun!

What does Fridays child mean? ›

“friday's child is loving and giving.” Children born on a Friday are thought to be affable, loving, and generous. However, in other versions of this poem, being born on a Friday was thought to be unlucky because many Christians associate Friday with the day of crucifixion.

Is Friday a good day to be born? ›

Friday is the day of Venus which governs some interesting aspects of life like love, balance, affection, beauty, partnership, romance, refinement, art, pleasures, luxuries and comforts. Friday born people are highly social and artistic. Often they depend too much on the views and opinions of others.

What it means to be born on Sunday? ›

Individuals who are born on Sunday are powerful and strong. And therefore, they believe in themselves rather than following others. Our astrologers suggest that Sunday born pals are dedicated, noble, self-reliable and bold. They are never scared of any situation as they are associated with Sun.

What does it mean if you were born on a Thursday? ›

Born on the day ruled by Jupiter, the Thursday born persons are bound to see expansion and wealth in their life. Everything about them is large and vast. Though they can get a depressive mood at times, they look at life in an optimistic way. Hence they can face the ups and downs of life in a resolute way.

What is Sunday's child full of? ›

Sunday's Child Is Full of Grace.

What does Mondays child is full of face mean? ›

People born on a Monday will supposedly be very attractive. From a nursery rhyme called "Monday's Child" meant to help children remember the days of the week (and predict a child's future).

What is fair face? ›

1 : having a light complexion : beautiful of countenance.

What is the true first day of the week? ›

Monday is the first day of the week, according to the international standard for the representation of dates and times ISO 8601. However, in the United States and Canada, Sunday is considered to be the start of the week. This is because of religious reasons.

What day did God rest? ›

And on the seventh day God finished his work that he had done, and he rested on the seventh day from all his work that he had done. So God blessed the seventh day and made it holy, because on it God rested from all his work that he had done in creation.

Is Sunday God's day? ›

The Lord's Day in Christianity is generally Sunday, the principal day of communal worship. It is observed by most Christians as the weekly memorial of the resurrection of Jesus Christ, who is said in the canonical Gospels to have been witnessed alive from the dead early on the first day of the week.

Who is the first day of the week? ›

Monday is the official first day of the week according to ISO 8601.

What is the shortest month? ›

While every month besides the second in the calendar contains at least 30 days, February falls short with 28 (and 29 on a leap year).

Why do weeks have 7 days? ›

week, period of seven days, a unit of time artificially devised with no astronomical basis. The week's origin is generally associated with the ancient Jews and the biblical account of the Creation, according to which God laboured for six days and rested on the seventh.

How many days a week are kids? ›

There are seven days in the week. Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday!

What do days of the week mean? ›

The days were named after the planets of Hellenistic astrology, in the order: Sun, Moon, Mars (Ares), Mercury (Hermes), Jupiter (Zeus), Venus (Aphrodite) and Saturn (Cronos). The seven-day week spread throughout the Roman Empire in Late Antiquity.

How many days are in the week question? ›

Answer: There are seven days in a week. They are Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Hope It Helps!

What is the rhyme for Monday's child? ›

[Monday's child is fair of face/ Tuesday's child is full of grace/Wednesday's child is full of woe/ Thursday's child has far to go/Friday's child is loving and giving/ Saturday's child works hard for his living/And the child that is born on the Sabbath day/Is bonny and blithe, and good and gay.]

What is Wednesday's child? ›

The saying 'Wednesday's child is full of woe' simply refers to an old English poem that was used to make people believe that a child that is born on a Wednesday will have a life full of bad luck and trouble. The use of the word woe in the English dictionary today is an expression of grief, regret, distress, etc.

Why do we born quotes? ›

Why We Are Born: Remembering Our Purpose through the Akashic Records by Akemi G. “Synchronicity happens when we align with the flow of the universe rather than insisting the universe flow our way.” “Life is never against you because you are the one who is creating it.”

What is Sunday's child? ›

Sunday's Child is a John Martyn album released in 1975. John Martyn's follow-up to 1973's Inside Out is a more song-oriented, less experimental album. His eighth record, including two with his wife Beverley Martyn, shows the many facets of Martyn's playing, from his effects-driven electric guitar to his acoustic work.

Why is Tuesday's child full of grace? ›

People born on a Tuesday will supposedly be very gracious, agreeable, refined, and polite in manner or behavior. From a nursery rhyme called "Monday's Child" meant to help children remember the days of the week (and predict a child's future).

What does Friday's child mean? ›

1. A child who is fair of face; - a reference to a nineteenth century poem.

What is a Thursday child? ›

The traditional meaning is associated with Thursday children having a long, successful life without limitations. Going far in life is typically viewed as a positive attribute with children having a lot of potential and talent.

What does Mondays child is fair of face mean? ›

Prov. A child born on Monday will be good-looking.

What is fair face? ›

1 : having a light complexion : beautiful of countenance.

What is the saying about Thursday's child? ›

“Monday's child is fair of face/ Tuesday's child is full of grace/ Wednesday's child is full of woe/ Thursday's child has far to go/ Friday's child is loving and giving/ Saturday's child works hard for his living/ And the child that is born on the Sabbath day/ Is bonny and blithe, and good and gay.”

Why the day you were born is important? ›

It has been said that the two most important days of a man's life are the day on which he was born and the day on which he discovers why he was born. This is why we were born: To love the Lord our God with all our heart and soul and mind and strength, and our neighbor as ourselves.

Is everyone born equal? ›

In fact, the very first article of the UN Declaration of Human Rights states that “all human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.”

Why are humans born? ›

We must understand then that we were born in order to attain freedom from compounding. Some people may laugh at this statement that our objective in life is to attain "freedom from compounding". Compounding, this spinning on in the wheel of Samsara, is unsatisfactory.

Why is Wednesday's child full of woe? ›

Wednesday's Child

Children born on a Wednesday are associated with a great amount of empathy and compassion. They are thought to be a bit gloomy and moody, full of woe because they feel empathy and sadness for others.

What does full face mean? ›

in a manner facing towards the viewer, with the entire face visible.

What is bonny and blithe? ›

Blithe and Bonny means Happy and Pretty and is taken from the song “Sigh no more ladies, sigh no more” by William Shakespeare in the play Much Ado About Nothing. It's a beautiful song about female empowerment and enjoying the moment.

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