Q: From what numeral can you take half and leave nothing?

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If you take the Roman numeral for 12, XII, and halve it, that is, cut it horizontally along the middle, the top half reads VII, the Roman numeral for 7.

10...maybe

take it literally...you have the number 8 and then you cut it in half vertically down the middle....

2 divided by 12 equals 24 ....so you can take 2 out of 24, 12 times

nothing.

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In literal terms, 1/2 (or .5). In this case, you can literally take one half and leave nothing.

Zero

Zero!

ZERO.

1/2 - 1/2 = 0

u. ha ha ha. See, 0 -.5=u

If you take the Roman numeral for 12, XII, and halve it, that is, cut it horizontally along the middle, the top half reads VII, the Roman numeral for 7.

Take nothing but pictures, leave nothing but footprints, kill nothing but time.

Take nothing but pictures. Leave nothing but footprints.

this quote by Chief Seattle

"Take nothing but pictures, kill nothing but time, leave nothing but foot prints", this is the mountaineer's creed that can be summed up to a "Leave No Trace" principle.

10...maybe