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Who knows three hundred and two?

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In the spirit of the song "Echad - mi yodeya", please post interesting and significant Jewish facts about the number 302.

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There are at a minimum of 302 days in a Jewish year that are not Shabbos. This minimum can only happen in a year that Rosh HaShana is on Shabbos, and the year has 353 days.

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