## Friday, June 11, 2010

### Friday Mornings Can be Tough

1=3
2=3
3=5
4=4
5=4
6=3
7=5
8=5
9=4
10=3

So what does
11=?
12=?

#### 5 comments:

1. 11 = 6
12 = 6

2. Zoe is right! I love these puzzles that look like one thing ,and in fact are another altogether.

How about this - what's the next number in this sequence? 1, 11, 21, 1211, 111221, ?

3. I almost (ALMOST) commented saying, "Gah what's with the crazy math puzzles on a Friday!" And then I figured it out.

1=3 because the number ONE has 3 letters, and so on.

4. Reallyfatbloke, I believe the next number in your sequence is 312211

5. That's it. The numbers are the number of letters in the word.

reallyfatbloke, I agree with oudeis.

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