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    Well, let me be the second to support the trend...
    Ill give anyone who knows the answer to the next question a lvl 72 account complete with items + ill add 100$...
    Question is:
    What is the smallest (natural) number that cannot be described by less than 20 words?

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    :blink:

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    ^_^ Felix is a trend Setter

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    twenty one billion one hundred and twenty one millions one hundred and twenty one thousand one hundred and twnety one.

    I dont know if we write a number like that in english but in number that is: 21'121'121'121

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    twenty one billion one hundred and twenty one million one hundred and twenty one thousand one hundred and twenty one

    ^^

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    Originally posted by YouGotOwned
    one billion one hundred and twenty one millions one hundred and twenty one thousand one hundred and twnety one.

    I dont know if we write a number like that in english * but in number that is: 1'121'121'121
    thats 19 words < 20

    Id say 121'121'121'121

    one hundred and twenty one billion and one hundred and twenty one millions one hundred and twenty one thousand one hundred
    Well, dunno if thats english tbh

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    One Hundred Twenty Four ( unless we are counting the And's. ) ( thats for letters :s )

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    1. Suppose there is some natural number which cannot be
    unambiguously described in fourteen words or less.

    2. Then there must be a smallest such number. Let's call it n.

    3. But now n is "the smallest natural number that cannot be
    unambiguously described in fourteen words or less".

    4. This is a complete and unambiguous description of n in
    fourteen words, contradicting the fact that n was
    supposed not to have such a description!

    5. Since the assumption (step 1) of the existence of a natural
    number that can't be unambiguously described in fourteen words
    or less led to a contradiction, it must be an incorrect assumption.

    6. Therefore, all natural numbers can be unambiguously
    described in fourteen words or less!


    char plz

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    I would say its not possible.

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    Its impossible it cant be done :lol:

    360 ? :wub:

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    :rollseyes:

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    Originally posted by FluB
    1. Suppose there is some natural number which cannot be
    unambiguously described in fourteen words or less.

    2. Then there must be a smallest such number. Let's call it n.

    3. But now n is "the smallest natural number that cannot be
    unambiguously described in fourteen words or less".

    4. This is a complete and unambiguous description of n in
    fourteen words, contradicting the fact that n was
    supposed not to have such a description!

    5. Since the assumption (step 1) of the existence of a natural
    number that can't be unambiguously described in fourteen words
    or less led to a contradiction, it must be an incorrect assumption.

    6. Therefore, all natural numbers can be unambiguously
    described in fourteen words or less!


    char plz
    gg googling it

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    1. Suppose there is some natural number which cannot be
    unambiguously described in fourteen words or less.

    2. Then there must be a smallest such number. Let's call it n.

    3. But now n is "the smallest natural number that cannot be
    unambiguously described in fourteen words or less".

    4. This is a complete and unambiguous description of n in
    fourteen words, contradicting the fact that n was
    supposed not to have such a description!

    5. Since the assumption (step 1) of the existence of a natural
    number that can't be unambiguously described in fourteen words
    or less led to a contradiction, it must be an incorrect assumption.

    6. Therefore, all natural numbers can be unambiguously
    described in fourteen words or less!

    im sorry, but thats not a number....

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    Zero Point Zero Zero Zero Zero Zero Zero Zero Zero Zero Zero Zero Zero Zero Zero Zero Zero Zero Zero Zero One?
    Or Zero Point Zero ( recuring ) One

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    Originally posted by JoshTehPwner
    Zero Point Zero Zero Zero Zero Zero Zero Zero Zero Zero Zero Zero Zero Zero Zero Zero Zero Zero Zero Zero One?
    Or Zero Point Zero ( recuring ) One
    natural number...

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