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this is not an original question, just one I came across recently that I liked. I searched and didn't find it so apologies if you've seen it before

There are roughly 6,984,895,594 people in the world right now according to the population estimation clock. What would be your estimation if asked to multiply together the number of left toes each person has?

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My answer

6,980,000,000

I'd play on the technicality that every person has only one left toe, the other toes are more towards the middle, minus those who are missing all their toes. Or did we mean toes on the left foot?

Also, what did you mean by multiple together? Did you mean 5^6,984,895,594?

This is a little vague in my opinion.

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yep =)

all it takes is for one person to have no toes on their left foot

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6,984,895,594 sounds like an exact number, not an aproximation.

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It's recently passed 7 billion.

Of course, you have to assume that there is someone with no toes on their left foot

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I would say the answer is 140

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It's recently passed 7 billion.

Of course, you have to assume that there is someone with no toes on their left foot

no assumptions needed. any amputation of the lower left leg would suffice. unfortunately the amount of people who have had that is quite large
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