Advantages and disadvantages of thermoluminescence dating


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The Gregorian leap cycle, which has 97 leap days spread across 400 years, contains a whole number of weeks ().

Using only the ordinal year number, the number of weeks in that year can be determined: Add 3 to the number of this weekday, giving a correction to be used for dates within this year.

Correspondence of lexicographical order and chronological order is preserved (just like with the ISO year-week-weekday numbering), but partial weeks make some computations of weekly statistics or payments inaccurate at end of December or beginning of January.



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