# On which Day did the Teacher make this Statement?

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A teacher walks into the Classroom and says, If only Yesterday was Tomorrow, Today would have been a Saturday. On which Day did the Teacher make this Statement?"

posted Mar 17, 2014

## 3 Solutions

Thursday
If yesterday was friday(tomorrow) today would have been saturday.

solution Apr 18, 2014

The statement was made on a Monday

Explanation:
if yesterday was tomorrow then today would be a Saturday
so it means make your tomorrow a Sunday the day before is a Saturday
now take your Sunday to yesterday
what comes after a Sunday is a Monday
so the teacher said it on a Monday morning when the yesterday was Sunday
so if you moved the yesterday of a Monday that is a Sunday to tomorrow
the yesterday of a Sunday is Saturday when your tomorrow is a Sunday
so Monday is the day

solution Jul 23, 2014 by anonymous
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all days possible

solution Jun 22, 2014 by anonymous

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