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YA, thats my point.moose said:

EDIT: I'm just pretending that the difference (them crashing into each other) doesn't matter.

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YA, thats my point.moose said:

EDIT: I'm just pretending that the difference (them crashing into each other) doesn't matter.

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I'd argue that there is no largest possible number you can write using only 2 digits, since the base hasn't been specified. For instance, in a hexadecimal base, f^f > 9^9. And of course you could come up with any arbitrary base-x number system and make arbitrarily larger numbers using only two digits.Evo said:4. What is the largest possible number you can write using only 2 digits - just 2 digits, nothing else?

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Def. #3: a finger or toe.

Using only ONE digit I can write pretty much whatever I want in the sand. Let me loose with TWO of them now and watch out!

Def. #4: the breadth of a finger used as a unit of linear measure, usu. equal to 3/4 of an inch (2 cm).

Using only 1.5 inches or 4 cm, I can write whatever will fit in this space.

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My guess was 22

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Depends on your definition of "meet"daveb said:

These questions are far too subjective

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