# Of those numbers whose English representation in capital letters consists only of straight lines, only one number has a value equal to the number of straight line segments required to write it out.

Found 5th Mar 2008

Of those numbers whose English representation in capital letters consists only of straight lines, only one number has a value equal to the number of straight line segments required to write it out.

What number is this ?

What number is this ?

Think of straight lines as in T W E N T Y (which has 18 srtraight lines))

The 'S' doesn't count right?

EDIT: Damn it! only straight lines

No must be straight lines ...

Yes

I think you're right, thought that "s" would count as looking like a 5!

Yes the answer is TWENTY NINE

(That didn't take you long did it ! )

I'll have to find something to really get the Grey matter working .. )

I got it first!!!

what do I win ? Is there a prize ?

You get to spend a a day with harvie :-D

- technical marks high but artistic merit marked down severely due to inappropriate font and spacing and everyone losing the will to see before reaching the end.

No prize IMO but - judges, over to you.

Who's Harvey ? ... lol