Question

# How many days are there from 2nd Jan 1983 to 15th March 1983 ?

- 73 days
- 60 days
- 80 days
- 68 days

## The correct answer is: 73 days

### To find the number of days from 2nd Jan 1983 to 15th March 1983.

January has 31 days and March also has 31 days. 1983 is not a leap year so February has 28 days.

so number of days between 2nd Jan 1983 to 15th March 1983 is 30+28+14 =72

Therefore, number of days between 2nd Jan 1983 to 15th March 1983 is 72 days.

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