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So obviously current date is at the end of one month and the new date is at the beginning of the next month.

The last few days of a month can be either of 22,23,24,25,26,27,28,29,30,31 ( taking into a/c that some months have 30 days,31 days or 28 days for Feb ).

Of these only 25 and 30 are exactly divisible by 5 ( for the 1/5th relation given in the prob statement to hold true).

If its 25th now it will be 5th of next month but the difference is more than 7 days - even for Feb(25~5).

If its 30th now it will be 6th of next month. This is within the 7 day reach given that the current month is a 30 day month < will be possible only for end of Sep,Apr,Jun,Nov.

So she will be Libra or Taurus or Cancer or Saggitarus.

Need more data to pin down exact month.

(Lighter side.. might be a good idea to Linda Goodman to see what sunsign female teacaher would give such an asnwer to such a direct/simple question).

The answer is that she is a Pisces. Using the logic in the last response, she is 29 now and by the end of the week the one fifth of her new age is 6 (1/5th of 30) But the only time that the 6th can fall in to the same week is in the month of February on a leap year. :)

She is 29. Today being 29th of February the 7th day from today is 6th of March. She is a Pisces.

The correct answer is pisces. It cannot work for any other month. The dates in question must be the 29th of the month and the 6th of the next month. Thus, she would be 29 on the 29th and 30 by the 6th of the next month. This can only occur in February during a leap year as all other months have 30 or 31 days so you would never reach the 6th day of the next month within a week. Remember this is an adult (i.e. a teacher so single digit ages are not relevant).

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