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posted by rfvv .
1. Yesterday was his 100th day.
2. one hundredth day
3. a hundredth day
(How can we read '100th day'?)

Do you mean his 100th birthday? (Meaning he's 100 years old?)
Let me know. 
and you can't say #3
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