An algebra problem by Anandmay Patel

Algebra Level pending

Define \(J\) as the set of English words that describe a natural number. IE \( J = \{ \text{zero, one, two, } \ldots \} \).

Define the function \(f:J \rightarrow J\) such that \(f(x)=\) number of letters in \(x\). There is a uniquie value of \(x\) such that \( f(x) = x \).

Find \(x\) as a number.

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