Youth's Magazine,  3rd ser. 2 (1829), 430.

Letters of the Alphabet

Lector, pseud.  [Lector]




Mathematics, Wonder

    Asserts: 'The twenty-four letters of the alphabet are capable of being joined, or combined, as many different ways as are expressed by the figures, 5,852,616,738,497,664,000'.

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