# It seems to be hard!

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Hi...

If

.........f= 3

........ h= 4

........n= 9

........y= 14

.......

Find T?

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Posted · Report post

10

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very good!..thats right!!
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Posted · Report post

Huh???

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If we assign a number to each letter of the alphabet a=1 b=2 etc

and then work out floor(n/2)+floor(n/9)

all the supplied letters make sense

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Huh???

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If we assign a number to each letter of the alphabet a=1 b=2 etc

and then work out floor(n/2)+floor(n/9)

all the supplied letters make sense

is more straight-forward. Almost no math involved.

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Posted · Report post

nop... cant figure it out
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Posted · Report post

It's the position in the alphabet divided by 2

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It's the position in the alphabet divided by 2

In which alphabet?

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Posted · Report post

I'm sorry, this is vulgar, but every time I see the title I think.

What is my wenis, Alex?

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Posted · Report post

It's the position in the alphabet divided by 2

Does that put Y in the 28th position?

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I wrote the letters like this

A,B,C,D,F,G,H.....and so on

now... I numbered the letters having straight lines only (with no curves),beginning from

A=1

F=2

H=3

and so on.....

thats it!

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I wrote the letters like this

A,B,C,D,F,G,H.....and so on

now... I numbered the letters having straight lines only (with no curves),beginning from

A=1

F=2

H=3

and so on.....

thats it!

The letter E not in your alphabet?

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Posted · Report post

The letter E not in your alphabet?

It was correctly included in the OP, just not the explanation.

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Dear friends....I`ll explain it again like this:

A..B..C..D..E..F..G..H...I...J..K..L..M..N..O..P..Q..R..S..T...U...V...W...X...Y...Z

1..--..--...--..2..3..--...4...5..--..6..7..8...9...--...--...--..--.--.10..--..11..12..13..14..15

so I gave to each letter having only straight lines(no curves) a number.

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How Comes T=10?

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Hi...

If

.........f= 3

........ h= 4

........n= 9

........y= 14

.......

Find T?

Shouldn't the OP be F=1, H=2,... etc.?

In the alphabet of (f, h, n, y) k=1!

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Posted · Report post

Hi...

If

.........f= 3

........ h= 4

........n= 9

........y= 14

.......

Find T?

Shouldn't the OP be F=1, H=2,... etc.?

In the alphabet of (f, h, n, y) k=1!

Why should F=1??

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Posted (edited) · Report post

Hi...

If

.........f= 3

........ h= 4

........n= 9

........y= 14

.......

Find T?

Shouldn't the OP be F=1, H=2,... etc.?

In the alphabet of (f, h, n, y) k=1!

Why should F=1??

How is "f=3" in that counting system? The letter "f" has no straight lines.

Perhaps, you meant "F=3".

Edited by Prime
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Posted · Report post

Hi...

If

.........f= 3

........ h= 4

........n= 9

........y= 14

.......

Find T?

Shouldn't the OP be F=1, H=2,... etc.?

In the alphabet of (f, h, n, y) k=1!

Why should F=1??

How is "f=3" in that counting system? The letter "f" has no straight lines.

Perhaps, you meant "F=3".

Yes...I numbered them according to capital letters,but I asked the question using small letters to make it hard

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