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    Quote Originally Posted by LndWh
    Jourans are from the planet jupiter. Jourons have 7 arms but only 2 fingers on each arm. How do i teach a jouon to count upto 20 in binary numbers?

    Here is another Answer (not from me).Since nowadays I am doing word problems so I also want to know the right answer of this question :)

    btw I didn't understand the answer :?


    Answer by Ning (25/03/2004) - Answer not rated
    20 in binary number is 10100
    so we need 5 arms of jouron to count, right?
    hope you get it.
    we just need the two fingers to count 0 or 1

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    How do you know?
    If names were planets, people from Casiopea would be called Casiopeans; People from Tdol would be called Tdolians :) ; People from Ronbee would be called Ronbeins :) ; People from Red 5 would be called "people from Red 5", because you don't wanna mess with 'em :wink: , and--a drum-roll please--people from New York are called Mike, of course.

    Aren't the people on Jupiter called astronauts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    How do you know?
    How do I know there aren't any Jovians? I go by what the experts say. Of course, none of them have been there either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ProudToBeMuslim
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    How do you know?

    Because he is coming from Jupitor and he didn't find anyone there except himself. :P :mad:
    It was lonesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Casiopea
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    How do you know?
    If names were planets, people from Casiopea would be called Casiopeans; People from Tdol would be called Tdolians :) ; People from Ronbee would be called Ronbeins :) ; People from Red 5 would be called "people from Red 5", because you don't wanna mess with 'em :wink: , and--a drum-roll please--people from New York are called Mike, of course.

    Aren't the people on Jupiter called astronauts?
    There are people on Jupiter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Casiopea
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    Cas, haven't you got an extra arm there? Would it be 0010100?
    The other fingers were jealous? :)

    Psst. misplaced the decimal point.
    With seven arms each with two fingers, you could be very rude in England.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    Quote Originally Posted by Casiopea
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    Cas, haven't you got an extra arm there? Would it be 0010100?
    The other fingers were jealous? :)

    Psst. misplaced the decimal point.
    With seven arms each with two fingers, you could be very rude in England.
    !LOL!

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