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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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re(3): Tentative solution REVISED (Paradoxes) | Comment 15 of 49 |
(In reply to re(2): Tentative solution REVISED (Paradoxes) by Sam)

Sam deadpanned: "A paradox shopuld not consist of an unsophistocated oxymeron?? If I know what an oxymeron was perhaps I could answer you better ;)"

Oxymeron ? I'm having enough trouble trying to figure out what "shopuld" means. It is appalling that this little exercise in logic chopping is up to 15 replies, and the vastly superior "Breaking the Bank" (by the same author) never got past five replies by two individuals, only one of whom solved it. It shopuld be just the opposite, shopuldn't it ?






Edited on April 15, 2004, 6:16 pm
  Posted by Penny on 2004-04-15 18:08:16

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