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**In mathematics, you don't understand things. You just get used to them.**

**I agree with you regarding the satisfaction and importance of actually computing some numbers. I can't tell you how often I see time and money wasted because someone didn't bother to run the numbers.**

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Numbers 1 to 3 in XII are clues. Are you sure?

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12 is a squiddymimus number and it is divisible by 4 and 12. The next such number is 48.

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Oh. Okay.

XII

The number I am thinking of is a prime number.

The number I am thinking of is 1 number after 4!.

If you find out the number,

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29 is the next prime after 24.

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You may ask now

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Hi;

What am I asking?

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You can ask anything

If you don't want, it could be me or anyone you like

XIII

1) It is 3 ^ __

2) The blank is a prime number

3) The answer is 27

What does the blank mean?

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It means put a 3 there.

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Yup.

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1) Square number (Not a perfect one, this is a square of a decimal)

2) __ ^ 2

3) 25 x 0.1 is the square root

Find out the square number

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Or 0.0625

Good.

XV

1) Perfect square number

2) Square root is a prime number

3) __ ^ 2 = 121

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Hi;

11^2 = 121, but 11 is not a perfect square, the square root of 11 is not a prime.

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Oh, yeah.

XVI

Think of Pope Benedict XVI.

His numerical order is a composite number.

What is it?

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16 is the number.

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Okay, 2 answers, 16 and 265, 16th pope to be named Benedict, and 265th pope overall.

XVII

No Pope Benedict XVII, though!

Bavaria has seven letters. Cube that seven seven times.

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Long number, what is the square root of it?

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6 cubed is 216. What is 6[sup]3[/sup] squared, or 6[sup]3[sup]2[/sup][/sup]

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Not six to the power of 32, what I mean is, square 216.

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Oh great, you just edited it

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**bobbym****Administrator**- From: Bumpkinland
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216^2 = 46656 is that what you wanted?

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XIX

The next number is XX. Square both of them, then add the answers.

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761 is the number.

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