Talk:English cardinal anagrams

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There's a bit of a scope issue here, since "number is a cardinal anagram" is not the same thing as "number is a cardinal anagram of another number where both are less than X".

That said, the 'm' in 'million' does not occur in numbers less than one million. --Rdm (talk) 14:30, 4 May 2023 (UTC)

Perhaps. But it is a non-issue within the bounds set out in the task. Numbers pretty much need to be of the same order of magnitude to have any chance of being anagrams of each other, at least up to some very large number (one hundred centillion maybe?). I am not the only one who believes so. The oeis:A169936 page also lacks any verbiage about upper thresholds. I tend to have a fair degree of faith that they will have done some due diligence before making sweeping statements. --Thundergnat (talk) 15:05, 4 May 2023 (UTC)
For example 1010 is an english cardinal anagram of 10001. This is significant when counting the number of english cardinal anagrams less than 10000. --Rdm (talk) 15:16, 4 May 2023 (UTC)
Good point. Ok, will add some verbiage to that effect. --Thundergnat (talk) 15:25, 4 May 2023 (UTC)