The longest word could be “subdermatoglyphic” – it’s not in any dictionaries but it’s in dermatology journals. Dermatoglyphics, misconjugatedly, and uncopyrightable, each fifteen letters long, are the longest English words in which no letter appears more than once. Fourteen letter words with this property are ambidextrously, benzhydroxamic, hydromagnetics, hydropneumatic, pseudomythical,
The longest English word typeable using only the top row of letters has 11 letters: rupturewort. Similar words with 10 letters include: pepperwort, perpetuity, proprietor, requietory, repertoire, pourriture and typewriter. The word teetertotter (used in North American English) is longer at 12 letters, although it is usually spelled with a
Greenlandic is notable for its lack of a system of grammatical tense, as temporal relations are normally expressed through context, through the use of temporal particles such as “yesterday” or “now” or sometimes through the use of derivational suffixes or the combination of affixes with aspectual meanings with the semantic
According to research at Cambridge University, it doesn’t matter in what order the letters in a word are, the only important thing is that the first and last letter be at the right place. The rest can be a total mess and you can still read it without a problem.
The formula to sum from 1 to n (n is any integer greater than 1) is n(n+1)/2 and thus sum from 1 to 100 = 100(100 + 1)/2 = (50)(101) = 5050. You can break the logic into 6 steps on adding numbers from 1 to 100 Divide the sequence
“The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog” is an English-language pangram phrase that contains all of the letters of the English alphabet. It has been used to test typewriters and computer keyboards. The earliest known appearance of the phrase is on March 14, 1885 from The Michigan School
The frequency of letters in text has often been studied for use in cryptography, and frequency analysis in particular. No exact letter frequency distribution underlies a given language, since all writers write slightly differently. Linotype machines sorted the letters’ frequencies as “E M F W Y P V B G