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Shortest Long Number (Posted on 2004-04-15) Difficulty: 3 of 5
What is the smallest positive integer that cannot be defined in less than twenty-five syllables?

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Rating: 3.0833 (12 votes)

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Some Thoughtsre: smartalecking the solution (Spoiler)Dej Mar2006-07-08 04:22:02
hhhhhhhmmmmmmmma2006-07-07 06:06:26
Some Thoughtssmartalecking the solutionAdam2005-12-21 23:57:35
re: Possible solution...Will2005-06-09 23:36:55
Possible solution...Will2005-06-09 23:35:44
Godel and GarciadiegoJohn Ryskamp2005-04-24 04:03:52
SolutionFull solutionAngela2005-02-15 12:22:49
No SubjectSam2005-02-03 09:48:30
Excluding the definition argumentJohn2004-07-22 02:22:11
first solution i thuoght ofluke2004-04-29 23:36:23
re: Paradoxes vrs. DilemmasThalamus2004-04-16 10:12:36
Paradoxes vrs. DilemmasPenny2004-04-16 08:12:03
Some ThoughtsBerry's paradox isn't Berry'sFederico Kereki2004-04-16 07:53:22
SolutionWaiting For GodelPenny2004-04-16 06:09:08
re(7): Tentative solution REVISED (reply to Sam)Thalamus2004-04-16 03:40:57
re(6): Tentative solution REVISED (reply to Sam)Sam2004-04-16 02:35:57
Hints/Tipsre: Didn't define it either, AdyAdy TZIDON2004-04-16 02:21:45
Didn't define it either, AdyPenny2004-04-16 00:15:59
Some Thoughtsre: I think I have the solution..-there is none.....Ady TZIDON2004-04-16 00:04:04
re(5): Tentative solution REVISED (reply to Sam)Ady TZIDON2004-04-15 23:50:01
re(3): Tentative solution REVISED / att:samAdy TZIDON2004-04-15 23:43:56
SolutionI think I have the solution.......Penny2004-04-15 23:39:12
Solutionre: maybeJessica2004-04-15 23:07:58
SolutionmaybeJessica2004-04-15 22:59:32
A (good?) referenceRichard2004-04-15 22:40:27
re(4): But can any set of positive integers exist without a least member?Tristan2004-04-15 21:21:44
re(3): But can any set of positive integers exist without a least member?Penny2004-04-15 21:14:26
re(2): But can any set of positive integers exist without a least member?Penny2004-04-15 21:09:53
re: But can any set of positive integers exist without a least member?Sam2004-04-15 20:53:31
But can any set of positive integers exist without a least member?Penny2004-04-15 20:27:28
re(6): Tentative solution REVISED (Paradoxes)Sam2004-04-15 19:17:58
re(5): Tentative solution REVISED (Paradoxes)Penny2004-04-15 18:43:59
re(5): Tentative solution REVISED (Paradoxes)Thalamus2004-04-15 18:41:45
re(4): Tentative solution REVISED (Paradoxes)Sam2004-04-15 18:21:25
re(3): Tentative solution REVISED (Paradoxes)Penny2004-04-15 18:08:16
re(2): Tentative solution REVISED (Paradoxes)Sam2004-04-15 17:50:13
re(5): Tentative solution - DefinitionsRichard2004-04-15 17:39:59
re(4): Tentative solution - DefinitionsThalamus2004-04-15 17:18:02
Some Thoughtsre: Tentative solution REVISEDAdy TZIDON2004-04-15 17:17:59
re(3): Tentative solution - DefinitionsSam2004-04-15 17:11:03
o_0CMB2004-04-15 17:00:44
re(2): Tentative solutionOren Melzer2004-04-15 16:58:45
re: Tentative solutionstan2004-04-15 15:15:22
Bye Bye silly threadPenny2004-04-15 15:09:57
Berry tricky !!!!!!!Penny2004-04-15 14:56:27
SolutionBerry ParadoxOskar2004-04-15 14:47:27
re(2): Tentative solutionPenny2004-04-15 14:46:57
Hints/Tipsre: Tentative solutionsassy2004-04-15 14:45:52
SolutionTentative solutionPenny2004-04-15 14:35:43
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