Who had the greatest of all? Single word or numerical answer.
I think the answer is
Robert Wadlow, who wore US size 37AA (UK 36) shoes. (For a single word answer, then I suppose just "Wadlow".)
When you multiply the numbers on the calculators together the product is $3215.3045$. Turn that upside-down on a calculator display like those in the picture and it reads SHOE.SIZE.
Is the answer
3.402823 × 10^38?
Because the picture shows
So the "greatest of all"
is the largest single-precision floating-point number in the IEEE standard.
I think the answer is :
When read upside down on a calculator, this spells "Bezos", the man with the greatest fortune and the owner of Amazon (the Amazon river is pictured as far as I can tell). I believe the "Go Forth and..." quote is a red herring to imply multiplication. It could be read as "Go Forth and Prosper," which Bezos has done, no doubt. Although, I am suspicious that the "who had" question could imply a dead person...
2.83, its floating higher in the water than the rest
Turning the whole thing upside down makes the calculators' displays read:
EEL EBZ IE S
No idea what that means. According to Google
The largest shoe measures 18 ft 0.53 in x 6 ft 11.07 in and is 9 ft 6.17 high
and it has a
logo on it.