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Here's a formula:

(n - e) + (n + 1 - w) + (n + 3 - f) + (n + 6 - s) + (n + 2 - h)

n is a number, but the result is not.

What is n and what is the result?

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If n is

One

Then by the following

(one - e) + (two - w) + (four - f) + (seven - s) + (three - h)

We get the unusual statement: On to our even tree

Perhaps, Nietzsche was discussing plans with his friend and said, "Now,

" on to our event Ree."

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