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After following this article
https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/6074676?hl=en

As per this - The Acquisition Date is the first time a user is recognized as interacting with your content. When
selected in the Cohort Analysis report, the cohorts are grouped based on when users started their first sessions",

which means that if I create a
segment,the follow results should not indicate 1.00 % and 2.00 % on Day 6, because it is assumed all users with 1
Sessions should have occurred Day 0.

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Yes, if you segment for Count of Sessions = 1, everything should appear in the first column (although some may 'bleed' into the second because the sessions overlapped midnight).

Mike Sullivan, Google Analytics Top Contributor
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