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Letters to numbers (Posted on 2004-02-13) Difficulty: 3 of 5
64 = M
3 = R
154___ = DP
3 = R
50= N

What number goes in the blank? (Hint: It's not 84!)

See The Solution Submitted by Gamer    
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Some Thoughts (re: Hints) | Comment 4 of 35 |
(In reply to Hints by Gamer)

Well, the category is cryptography, and Gamer says the fact that the "3=R" line appears twice is unintentional (a coincidence). There are 3 symbols in "3=R" and the most common three letter word is "the" which would give us 3 => T, = => H, R => E

But, is it reasonable to assume that all the words end in the format -Hx or -Hxx, especially if we'd be looking for four different "x"es, none of them "E"
  Posted by TomM on 2004-02-14 10:21:31

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