Free lvl 72 char+items for the one who knows tha answer

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1. Free lvl 72 char+items for the one who knows tha answer

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?

3. ^_^ Felix is a trend Setter

4. 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

5. twenty one billion one hundred and twenty one million one hundred and twenty one thousand one hundred and twenty one

^^

6. 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

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

8. 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

9. I would say its not possible.

10. Its impossible it cant be done :lol:

360 ? :wub:

11. :rollseyes:

12. 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

13. 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....

14. 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

15. 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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