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A quick easy question: if WATERS is represented as VCYUTG then how will WINTER be represented as ?

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lol...i dont know
k....let others try.
VHZYUT

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sorry , it isn't correct, any of u.... @mathslover and @lgbasallote
how about VHMYUT
and the answer doesn't start from V
the answer starts from P
...that makes no sense/....
any hint?
i will explain my logic when some1 has solved it. Hint 1 : WAT / ERS
where / is not division, just separation mark.
ooh a logic problem; anything related to maths?
yup, a subtraction is involved....
PKYTGV?
u got it @siddhantsharan . excellent work :)
Aha. Thanks.
still i'd leave this open for others to try, if they get it, they can post their logic.
does WAT/ ERs mean division there?
or you mean just for separation
as i already mentioned , its just a separation mark, not division.
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