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i will guess that "XRUX" is "that" could be wrong though, i haven't done a crptogram since i stopped reading the newspaper
Not to be rude, but all i know is that XRUX is NOT that
this is from the Games magazine, December 1985, i think
guess because that would make BLLCRQU end in an A
I am not sure
no not that either
it's also in the book Nature of Mathematics
I have never done one of these before
if B represents S, what else can we figure out?
i used to do these in the paper but they were easy enough to do without a pencil
not sure that was one hint then my teacher emailed me back and gave me a hint grape= rival
ok. let me figure it out....
oh well if grape = rival then we can do it
that was a hint not sure what it means
it means that G = r and R = i and A = v and P = a and E = l
RQU = ING?
I am lost
wait, maybe not
if RQU = ing, then what's PUPRQBM?
also, what is MA?
i tired looking online and I wasnt sure how to even decode it
wait, RQU is ing, and PUPRQBM is against
i guess we have to write it all down i thought maybe it would just appear
I thought it would appear also but it doesn't
so it says rival tv networks....
that what it says?
it's not finished but i think so, it might say rival tv networks seeming high ratings...
yeah that makes sense
rival tv networks seeking high ratings constantly ___________ __________ _____ agaisnt each other. thats what i have so far
i never would have thought of TV that was clever
how does grape= rival
g is 'code' for r and r is code for i, etc
so it says "rival tv networks seeking high ratings constantly schedule best shows against each other".
Is that the answer
i think so, yes.
oh you are done, sorry
so let me ask how you got TV?
so this is what I put for my answer rival tv networks seeking high ratings constantly schedule best shows against each other".
i was trying to think of a two letter word after "rival" and it would not come to me rival me rival to ...
@katerinag29 that should work. @satellite73 it just came up in my head. i was writing the whole thing down and it just came up
that was a nice problem
@katerinag29 what class is this for?
big hint though it would probably take a while without it
if it wasnt for eveyones help it would have taken me all night
oh yes, i had NOTHING without "grape = rival", except that b = s, lol
no problem, katerinag
lol thank you
my favorite from the paper was something like ZX ZY ZK YL RT ZY ZK JD YL ST
i have never used any of these or solved them, mom used to but she passed in november
thanks eveyone goodnight