# [SOLVED] and now something easy

• Mar 13th 2006, 02:26 PM
[SOLVED] and now something easy
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1 Ioswwath
2 Camolvdl
3 Gingxnsy
4 Pauoseue
5 Rwievdba
6 Kayassoz
7 Sbczyeaz
8 Zakgvrka

Clue

. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1. 12-14-13-8-6-15-13-10
2. 11- 9- 8- 8-11-7-14-15
3. 9-12-13-14-9-13-16-10
4. 9- 7-10-12-11-12-10-11
5. 8- 6- 7- 8- 9- 5- 3- 7
6. 6-10-8-10-5-11- 4- 6
7. 10-9-11-7- 5- 9- 7- 5
8. 4-2-12- 8- 6- 4- 9- 3
• Jul 19th 2006, 05:32 AM
Quick
• Jul 19th 2006, 06:00 AM
CaptainBlack
Quote:

Originally Posted by Quick

No but I expect its connected with an online game.

RonL
• Jul 19th 2006, 04:59 PM
topsquark
Quote:

Originally Posted by CaptainBlack
No but I expect its connected with an online game.

RonL

Or some kind of cryptogram?

-Dan
• Jul 19th 2006, 05:44 PM
Quick
an important point
It seems to me that the fact that there are 8 letters to every word and 8 numbers for every clue is an important thing to know.
• Jul 20th 2006, 08:33 AM
Soroban
Some alignment may help . . .
Code:

```  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 I O S W W A T H 2 C A M O L V D L 3 G I N G X N S Y 4 P A U O S E U E 5 R W I E V D B A 6 K A Y A S S O Z 7 S B C Z Y E A Z 8 Z A K G V R K A Clue     1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8 1  12 14 13  8  6 15 13 10 2  11  9  8  8 11  7 14 15 3  9 12 13 14  9 13 16 10 4  9  7 10 12 11 12 10 11 5  8  6  7  8  9  5  3  7 6  6 10  8 10  5 11  4  6 7  10  9 11  7  5  9  7  5 8  4  2 12  8  6  4  9  3```
. . . . . or not.

I have a theory . . .

Think of the first chart as an "addition table".

We have: \$\displaystyle 1 + 1 \,= \,2 \;\Rightarrow\; I\$

Then: \$\displaystyle 1 + 2 \,= \,2 + 1 \,= \,3 \;\Rightarrow\; O,\;C\$

And: \$\displaystyle 1 + 3 \,= \,2 + 2\,=\,3 + 1\,=\,4\:\Rightarrow\;S,\;A,\:G\$

. . and so on.

In the "Clue" chart, we can replace the "2" with \$\displaystyle I.\$

We can replace the two occurances of "3" with either \$\displaystyle O\$ or \$\displaystyle C.\$

We can replace the three occurances of "4" with \$\displaystyle S,\;A,\;G.\$

I've counted the numbers in Clue and they "fit".

. \$\displaystyle 2 \Rightarrow I\$
. \$\displaystyle 3 \Rightarrow O,\;C\$
. \$\displaystyle 4 \Rightarrow S,\;A,\;G\$
. \$\displaystyle 5 \Rightarrow W,\;M,\;I,\;P\$
. \$\displaystyle 6 \Rightarrow W,\;O,\;N,\,A,\;R\$
. \$\displaystyle 7 \Rightarrow A,\;L,\;G,\;U,\;W,\;K\$
. \$\displaystyle 8 \Rightarrow T,\;V,\,X,\,O,\;I,\,A,\;S\$
. \$\displaystyle 9 \Rightarrow H,\;D,\;N,\;S,\;E,\;Y,\;B,\;Z\$
\$\displaystyle 10 \Rightarrow L,\;S,\;E,\;V,\;A,\;C,\;A\$
\$\displaystyle 11 \Rightarrow Y,\,U,\,D,\;S,\;Z,\;K\$
\$\displaystyle 12 \Rightarrow E,\;B,\;S,\;Y,\;G\$
\$\displaystyle 13 \Rightarrow A,\;O,\;E,\,V\$
\$\displaystyle 14 \Rightarrow Z,\;A,\;R\$
\$\displaystyle 15 \Rightarrow Z,\;K\$
\$\displaystyle 16 \Rightarrow A\$

I would guess that, if we place the correct letters into the Clue chart,
. . we will get eight 8-letter words.

But I've been known to be egregiously wrong . . .