How can you quickly calculate what day of the week and month (calendar date) has been or will be over a number of days

Most users, when they hear the word "Google" think primarily of the search engine (Google Search), the Gmail service and Android.
As far as Google Search (google.com) is concerned, the search bar is not only for obtaining the information present on the websites indexed in Google. In the "search bar" we can get quick information without having to access any web page. For example, if we want to know what the weather will be like in London tomorrow, we write: “weather tomorrow in London". It will be displayed directly in Google Search Weather Forecast for the requested date and location. Temperature, humidity, precipitation and wind speed.

In the search bar you can also do math. More than that, after one operation, one will open very complex computer in Google Search. It's more handy than any computer application on Windows or macOS.

All the computing holds when we want to find out in which month, year and day of the week we will be over a number of days or I was behind with a number of days.
For example we want to find out what date we are in 23 day, after 12.25.2018 (Christmas day), we write in the search bar: “23 days after 12-25-2018".
Keep in mind that Google uses the calendar date format: month-day-year.

Therefore, in addition to the search engine function in which the results from the indexed web pages are displayed, Google Search is also a direct source of information. We find out the weather forecast, we do mathematical calculations and it is a good "application" of calendar calculator.
You can try "league 1 matches" and you will see directly the table of matches this week. Both the hours of the matches and the results of the matches played.

How can you quickly calculate what day of the week and month (calendar date) has been or will be over a number of days

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