Suppose we define $\ell(n)$ as follows: If $n$ is an integer from $0$ to $20,$ inclusive, then $\ell(n)$ is the number of letters in the English spelling of the number $n;$ otherwise, $\ell(n)$ is undefined. For example, $\ell(11)=6,$ because "eleven" has six letters, but $\ell(23)$ is undefined, because $23$ is not an integer from $0$ to $20.$

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