Let's count to 1M in different languages!


#265

Deux-cent quarante trois

(243-French)


#266

244, english


#267

245

Arabic Numerals


#268

Wtorfjt wokrjte if James

Alien


#269

246k
Thousands number

Edit:Lol @NASA101


#270

2.47 × 10²

Scientific notation. :smiley:


#271

Beeeeeeep boop bop.

248 in robot.


#272

942

249 backwards… why are some of us using fake languages all of a sudden?


#273

250 (In English.)


#274

Deux-cent cinquante et un

(251-French)


#275

200 + 50 + 2

252 in expanded form


#276

๒๕๓
253 in Thai.

@UNIHORSE err…how do people count in Finnish without running out of breath??


#277

2.54 × 10²

Scientific notation. Again. :stuck_out_tongue:


#278

400-145

Mental Abuse to Humans (math)


#279

Wty, the letter places of these Numbers in the keyboard


#280

256

English


#281

0b100000001

Binary. (257) :stuck_out_tongue:


#282

Deux-cent cinquante huit

(258-French)


#283
	..-.. --- -..-

Original Morse. (259)

    ..--- -.... -----

International Morse. (260, is this allowed?)


#284

Good question, I have no idea.

A lot of the words that exist in English don’t in Finnish. I’ve got an example of that.

Inside a house” is in finnish “talossa” where the “-ssa” indicates being inside of the house. The same could be said as “talon sisällä” where the “sisällä” means inside.

Both “talossa” and “talon sisällä” mean the exact same thing, it’s more common though to use the shorter version which is why our words always seen to be so long.


Let’s get to 261 which would be zweihunderteinundsechszig in German.