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Numbers can be poetic. For example, when the number 400,077,115 is read aloud, it is haiku! Haiku is a Japanese form of poetry in which each poem has seventeen syllables,broken into a 5-7-5 pattern. How does this number fit the pattern? Find another number haiku.
Please can you help me i don't understand what to do!! Thanks

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    If you read the number aloud, you'll find it follows the haiku pattern.

    four hun dred mil lion5 syllables
    sev en ty sev en thou sand
    one hun dred fif teen

    Can you find another nine-digit number with the same pattern?

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