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New Scientist Enigma 498 – Vowel Count

by Susan Denham

From Issue #1650, 4th February 1989

In this Enigma (from “vowel” above to “?” at the end) if you put in the right numbers (in words) in the spaces then there will be … a’s, …e’s, … i’s, … o’s and … u’s.

After the correct things are put in all the spaces, how many vowels will there be (“vowel” — very end “?” inclusive)?

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