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[2566] What is the highest regular ... - What is the highest regular counting number that is spelled without the use of the letter N? - #brainteasers #riddles - Correct Answers: 98 - The first user who solved this task is Erkain Mahajanian
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What is the highest regular ...

What is the highest regular counting number that is spelled without the use of the letter N?
Correct answers: 98
The first user who solved this task is Erkain Mahajanian.
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Died 18 Jun 2014 at age 90 (born 31 Jul 1923). American chemist and inventor of Kevlar. Shortly after graduating with a bachelor's degree in chemistry (1946), she began a career at DuPont's textile fibers department in Buffalo, New York. Kwolek was assigned to search for a new, high-performance fiber that would be acid- and base-resistant and stable at high temperatures, suitable to replace steel in radial tyres. After extensive experimentation, she created a polymer solution which, when spun into a fibre, was five times stronger than steel and had half the density of fiberglass. It was named Kevlar. Today, this fibre is used to make bullet-proof jackets military helmets, aircraft parts, inflatable boats, gloves, rope, and building materials. Kwolek never pursued a Ph.D. degree. She was the fourth woman inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame (1995).
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