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Early easters and late ones
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(C) 2016-03-21, Magnus Bodin <magnus@bodin.org>

From the sparse research I've done, people seem to talk about an early easter
when the easter day occurs in March. Even though this occurs 22,5% of all
easters between 1800 and 2200 it is by no means predictable.
Most decades only have two early easters (20%) and some are more generous.
Sometimes the late ones is clustered in seven late years together.
Actually, they almost always cluster together. In our lifetime, we won't se a
single late easter stuck in between two early ones until 2085.

Enjoy the eggs.



1900-1909; 20% early easters

1910-1919; 30% early easters

1920-1929; 20% early easters
1930-1939; 20% early easters
1940-1939; 20% early easters
1950-1959; 20% early easters
1960-1969; 20% early easters

1970-1979; 30% early easters

1980-1989; 20% early easters
1990-1999; 20% early easters

2000-2009; 30% early easters

Detail:
2000-04-23 -15
2002-03-31
2003-04-20 -11
2005-03-27
2006-04-16 -8
2008-03-23  (Extreamly early)
2009-04-12 -4 -24 -8 

2010-2019; 20% early easters

Detail: 
2013-03-31
2014-04-20 -5 
2016-03-27
2017-04-16 -1 -21 -12 -4 -17 -9 

2024-03-31
2025-04-20 -5 
2027-03-28
2028-04-16 -1 -21 -13 
2032-03-28
2033-04-17 -9 
2035-03-25
2036-04-13 -5 -25 -10 -1 -21 -6 
2043-03-29
2044-04-17 -9 
2046-03-25
2047-04-14 -5 -18 -10 -2 -21 -6 
2054-03-29
2055-04-18 -2 -22 -14 
2059-03-30
2060-04-18 -10 
2062-03-26
2063-04-15 -6 
2065-03-29
2066-04-11 -3 -22 -14 
2070-03-30
2071-04-19 -10 
2073-03-26
2074-04-15 -7 -19 -11 -3 -23 -7 

Detail (Interesting)
2080-04-07
2081-03-30
2082-04-19 -4 
2084-03-26
2085-04-15 
2086-03-31
2087-04-20 -11 -3 -16 -8 
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