Posted by **Anonymous** on Sunday, February 27, 2011 at 7:14pm.

The date December 31, 2043 can be written in the format 12/31/43. This is an example of a true mathematical statement because 12 + 31 = 43. Suppose I wanted to write dates in the 21st century for Valentine’s Day (which is always celebrated on February 14) that will also give me true mathematical statements when writing in this format. There are only two of them this century. What are these two dates? Give your answers in standard format (like 12/31/43 = December 31, 2043).

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