According to Rebbi Akiva, five complete onas are required, to be completed with the sixth when missing part of the fifth. In this case, the sixth will inevitably be of a different nature than the fifth (one day the other night) with a different length. How can one compensate for the other?
Meraimar responded that there was actually no Tvul Yom present at receiving the Torah. Can this be proven from a source, or was it known from tradition?