In the Digital Font shown below, each letter is made up of line segments. For example letter A has 6, B has 7, C has 4 segments and so on.
Question 1 ( Easy)
Which english number, when spelled out (with capital letters) has the same total number of segments as the number itself?
( It is no fun going through each number. There is some logic here.)
Example : ONE has 6+5+5 = 16 segments
Question 2 ( Not so easy)
Which 2 numbers when added together give you a number same as the total number of segments in those 2 numbers? Ignore + sign segments. This must be other than the first number
Example : ONE + ONE = 2 But ONE + ONE = 32 segments not the right answer of course
Surprisingly, I think both answers are unique. No programming please.
NO PARTIAL ANSWERS PLEASE. BECAUSE ONE IS EASY
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What world is he thinking of?