Talk:143 (number)

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I am very skeptical of this 143 as a way to say "I love you." Seems awfully impersonal. Would it really be that much work to write "ivgfddfuvu" or some other mangle like that?

And if it really is true, how do you verify it? I imagine that a motivated teenage book author wouldn't choose to write a book on text messaging language mutilations. So how do you find a credible website? Anton Mravcek 22:42, 10 September 2006 (UTC)

it keeps getting added back to the page but the person doesnt bother to provide a refrence to a book or even to a website. That's good enough for me to just remove it. Numerao 22:13, 12 September 2006 (UTC)

The job is to verify content, not to remove it. Google gives this: [1], there's enough explanation there.

That website doesn't look very reliable. Is the name of the band "Musiq Soul Child" or "Music Sould Child"? Can I buy a CD from Amazon.com with that 143 song on it? CompositeFan 17:53, 25 October 2006 (UTC)

Google[edit]

143^143 is the largest x^x function that the Google Calculator can calculate. The largest factorial was mentioned on its number page, I don't know if this should be mentioned as well.


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