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Numerical Monument

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Numerical Monument Logs icon.
The Numerical Monument.
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Weight 8
Maximum carriers 8 Pikmin
Location Echo Cavern

The Numerical Monument is a treasure in Hey! Pikmin. It is a actually a gray calculator about four times the height an three times the width of Captain Olimar. It is darker near the top, and has a thin rectangular screen displaying the number 96283.

Collecting the treasure[edit]

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After the second Crammed Wraith of the area, you can see the treasure above its head. To retrieve it, Olimar has to bounce on a Bouncy Mushroom that is found soon after the Crammed Wraith. Then, the player must throw eight Pikmin to take the treasure. After that, the player must go back to meet the Pikmin again, and retrieve it.


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I read a magazine article on Hocotate once that said the number of planets and species in the universe had been determined. But no one knew about Pikmin before me, so now I wonder... This would appear to be a monument to the supremacy of mathematics. But can pure math really explain the universe? Or are there things, like the Pikmin, this monument doesn't account for?


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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Flag of the Netherlands Dutch Getallenmonument Numerical monument
Flag of France French Monument numérique Numerical monument
Flag of Germany German Mathematiker-Grabstein Mathematician Tombstone
Flag of Italy Italian Monumento alla matematica Monument to mathematics
Flag of Spain Spanish Monumento a los números Monument to the numbers

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