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    There can be as many as X eclipses, solar and lunar, in a year, with as few as Y and as many as Z of those being solar eclipses.

    What are X, Y and Z?

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    x = Seven

    y = two and z = five

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    At least two solar eclipse occur every year, and never more than five. There are a maximum of three lunar eclipses in a year. The highest total number of eclipses in a year, lunar or solar, is seven.

    A lunar eclipse can only occur at full moon and a solar eclipse at new moon.

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