Answer sheet for N6 (c) 
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Friday, 08 February 2013 17:08  
Answers for N6 (c)
1 Ride home maximum 4 points Answer: You ask your friend to drive the old lady home in your van. After helping the old lady into the van, you can arrange to meet your friend later, and wait with the sexy individual for the bus. If you suggested this strategy in your own words, you get 4 points If you suggested giving the attractive person or the old lady a ride, you get 2 points If you suggested giving your friend a ride, you get one point
2 Decode these you get one point for each correct message maximum 6 points
(a) 'welcome to our code puzzle' (the sentence is written backwards)
(b) 'the spy is wearing a blue coat' (the sentence is split into groups of three letters then each group is written backwards) (c) 'you have cracked this code' (the sentence is split in half, then the letters in the second half are written in between the letters in the first half) (d) 'we will attack at sunset' (the sentence is split into groups of four letters and a dummy letter inserted in the middle of each group) (e) 'this message is top secret' (the sentence is split into groups of three letters (inserting a couple of dummy letters at the end), and the groups of letters are mixed up in this case the permutation is 12345678 > 36827514 ) (f) 'now you can make up your own codes' ( the sentence is split into groups of four letters (inserting a dummy letter at the end) and the middle two letters in each group are swapped round)
3 How many meanings maximum five points 19 meanings you get 1 point 1019 meanings you get 2 points 2029 meanings you get 3 points 3039 meanings you get 4 points 4049 meanings you get 5 points
4 3pipe problems you get one point for each case correctly solved maximum 4 points case1
The murderer was the mother. Case 2
The killer was Donna. The initial letters of the names of the rooms where the notes were found spell out her name. Case 3
The gang boss is Billy Goats. If you read the message upside down you'll notice that it reads: "Bill is boss. he sells oil"
Case 4
Alice arrested him right away because there was no way he could have known where the body was unless he'd put it there she hadn't revealed this in the conversation.
5 Coconut confusion you get one point for the correct answer in your own words The question is a trick that doesn't make sense. What is given should equal what is received. It does not make sense to add what was given by Alice's tribe (12 coconuts) to what was stolen by the trader (2 nuts). Although they initially gave 15 coconuts, the total the three men ultimately gave is 12, as they get three ones back. So from the 12 Alice's tribe gave, the chief receives only10 and the trader receives the 2. 15  3 = 10 + 2
6 Boomerang balls you get one point for this correct answer Throw it straight up in the air
7 odd one out you get one point for this correct answer Cyclops.
8 The Matrix has you you get one point for this correct answer You carefully cut each of the three pills in half, and carefully separate them into two piles, with half of each pill in each pile. You do not know which pill is which, but you are 100% sure that each of the two piles now contains two halves of type B and one half of Type A. Now go back into the type A bottle, take out a pill, cut it in half, and add one half to each stack. Now you have two stacks, each one containing two halves of type A and two halves of type B. Take one stack of pillhalves today, and save the second stack for tomorrow.
9 Here be dragons you get one point for this correct answer Carl the Crusher won the contest. (by process of elimination)
10 Maze If you did the maze in less than 3 minutes, you get 6 points If you did the maze in 35 minutes, you get 5 points If you did the maze in 57 minutes, you get 4 points If you did the maze in 79 minutes, you get 3 points If you did the maze in 911 minutes, you get 2 points If you did the maze in 1115 minutes, you get 1 point If you do the maze in an exact number of minutes where the score changes (for example in exactly 7 minutes), take the highest score
Solution below
Forte and Piano
"JULIUS CAESAR USED THIS CIPHER"
A shift of 3 was used in this Caesar cipher:
abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz xyzabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvw
MXOLX VFDHV DUXVH GWKLV FLSKH U JULIU SCEAS ARUSE DTHIS CIPHE R Therefore, the final plain text solution is "JULIUS CAESAR USED THIS CIPHER".
13 Neptune you get one point for this full correct answer neptune equals 1078610
14
Hex grid you get one point for this full correct answer
15 complete the series you get one point for this full correct answer
16 = 7 and 17 = 9. The number of letters in the spelling of 16 (sixteen) is 7 and that of 17 (seventeen) is 9.
16
Square grid you get one point for this full correct answer
17
Horny Cowboys
Their best course of interaction is to take each others' horses. If you said this in your own words you get 1 point for this correct answer.


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