Thursday, March 15

More English number words in base-26 pi

I last worked on this in January 2013. Dropping the final "googol" line from that post's in situ list, but continuing with subsequent finds:

..datnmvbwezlfygflonebugwcjooatbjbskh..
..wzlwdhgbhphxeqsqfourdjjmmikzqwvivabm..
..pceoeiigwyqtmaustwoamxyatxhqxoyzbno..
..ifnuetcfdxrwipodsixyavsnasweexagllo..
..ectasqgcghjmzirrtenfjiphdkdoumqzpjt..
..dwbfgegkqjwkubjvfivewgjlbihzmwgalifm..
..jyhdeevmsxmbxtbininesuzrnrzsxosctuxm..
..efzoqitnhuljsgztzerovlptejdfwretaara..
..hwdvoynebabsyjkdsevenaabgjthpqgapqnrg..
..cgakthjgxsmoldokthreeapdiuhncqcjgsmnt..
..gfaoforthfmdhgkzfiftyxiboudqllqzqlcmh..
..obptjczwqdirtnvmfortyigfxwmybvztjkhbc..
..hubksmltneixkvpheightmgsxrwaqokrdcpnw..
..ttsybfashnuibvlisixtytdchrjcvvzazzivu..
..wltescttnomsztonelevenfyifyclxdcacsfta..
..qpddtdyuitfganmgninetyhecteviwajvcosrv..
..kvvtnvsdypwsumzveightysstqdeajfbyxrrde..
..iuwxlmueqjjzpbcmtwelveefcsszipcnmifmzp..
..ssoshdnbsnembdkgthirtyqwbfxohiadwgtvya..
..fcgcgwvbsyihoavxtwentymbigcbkjfiuezgex..
..edapsvilnlndkwusfifteenzkfkepmwhsauydgc..
..mkczsxsgslvltfxqnineteenpxzlphhysfrfpjwp..
..gmrxvlhvuocxdssaseventyurdrqcdywvowytwb..
..qndvrurhkjaqjqabsixteennwdbnngckhpzduwr..

These are the numbers' first occurrences, at indices 10087, 11324, 13463, 14295, 15276, 64838, 175372, 389247, 786244, 1556763, 2300987, 8879098, 9202330, 9946442, 33027856, 126003234, 126348794, 238426469, 389952198, 536531272, 1709539474, 5624040208, 7690604024, 7869864133, respectively.

I excluded "googol" because it's just a slang name for "ten duotrigintillion". Likewise, I've excluded "hundred", "million", "billion", because in proper English I expect them to be modified by a numerical adjective. Regardless, for the record, here they are:

..dnihymgxncwxfhsdgoogolxvodlfjhbzlnrucr..
..knqqklhgazusrbummillionziaocmauzjxqqrdo..
..bcqtdtvmnmumvmhqhundrednizjohkrhvlzdkpv..
..qgrqqgrlwjuobeyfbillionliuisnrlcobglhiv..

... whose shown first occurrences are at indices 454315613, 942420517, 2169343694, 4359384810, respectively. In December 2000, I created a sequence of numbers: 1, 4, 2, 6, 10, 1, 2, 2, 6, 10, 6, 10, 2, 2, 5, 2, ... representing the (proper) number words in the order in which they occur. I now have a very large number of terms for this sequence. Back then I noted eight consecutive 6s by showing them in blue. In my now-larger list, there are ten consecutive 6s. There are also eleven consecutive 2s, twelve consecutive 1s, and thirteen consecutive 10s.

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