Date Released: September 18th, 2008.

Date Rewarded: September 25th, 2008.

A Chomby was walking down a path one day when Jhudora appeared in front of it. "Solve this puzzle, and you may pass," she said.

Add up all of the previous Lenny Conundrum answers where the answer could be expressed as a number. If the answer was more than one number, pick the lower of the two answers. Take the square root of that sum, round to the nearest integer, and replace the digits as follows:

1 : G

2 : A if preceded by an odd digit, P if preceded by an even digit

3 : H if preceded by an odd digit, R if preceded by an even digit

4 : T if preceded by an odd digit, Y if preceded by an even digit

5 : O if preceded by an odd digit, E if preceded by an even digit.

6 : N

7 : D

8 : U if preceded by an odd digit, I if preceded by an even digit.

9 : S if preceded by an odd digit, W if preceded by an even digit.

0 : L if preceded by an odd digit, M if preceded by an even digit.

Then, unscramble these letters to find a Neopian word. **What is the word?** Please only submit a single word, with no other information or punctuation, or your answer may be disqualified.

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The numerical value of PI truncated to 100 decimal places [1] is:

3.1415926535 8979323846 2643383279 5028841971 6939937510 5820974944 5923078164 0628620899 8628034825 3421170679

We notice that a

_{24}= a_{25}= 3. Therefore the formula equal to:_{1}- a_{2}) * (a_{2}- a_{3}) * ... * (a_{23}- a_{24}) * 0 * (a_{25}- a_{26}) * ... * (a_{99}- a_{100}) = 0There are several other pairs of consecutive digits that are the same. The answer is 0.

Results: 6249 people guessed the correct answer earning themselves321 NPeach.References:

[1] Decimal expansion of PI