Wenn man sechs mit neun multipliziert, bekommt man vierundfünfzig, nicht zweiundneunzig. Darum ist diese Antwort leider falsch.
42≠54 --> 6•9≠42
Aber wenn man sechs mit sieben multipliziert, bekommt man doch zweiundvierzig.
Mathematik ist sehr interessant, aber machmal ein bisschen schwierig.
For all the people who actually have read the book (which includes you, HansNoor, I'm going to assume), and this is a spoiler, so feel free to skip:
It actually is about the person at the café at the beginning of the book. Douglas Adams lied.
She had the question.
But now she's dead.
Whenever this word comes up, the system breaks. It refuses to accept my answer, despite me repeating it ~10 times (after which it just erroneously marks it as incorrect). Even if my pronunciation is not 100% perfect, I am certain it's not far off (especially considering the extreme amount of repetition), so I don't see why it always happens with this word. Since reports only give you three options, I said the answer is unnatural, however would someone be able to help me with this issue?