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the phantom tollbooth by norton juster, page 199 has a copy of letter with numbers, can you translate it for me?
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   "He's much too unreasonable," interrupted the Mathemagician again. "Why, just last month I sent him a very friendly letter, which he never had the courtesy to answer. See for yourself."
   He handed Milo a copy of the letter, which read: 
           4738 1919,
              667 394017 5841 62589
           85371 14 39588 7190434 203
           27689 57131 481206.
                                 5864 98053,
                                 62179875073

   "But maybe he doesn't understand numbers," said Milo, who found it a little difficult to read himself.

coolcombovers | 1602 days ago

did you read all of the book.

they said:

"Everyone understands

numbers. No matter what language you speak, they always mean the same thing. A seven is a seven anywhere in the world."

(guest) | 543 days ago