Friday, August 22, 2008

This One is Hardly Divine

A hundred and one by fifty divide,
And next let a cipher be duly applied
And if the result you should rightly divine,
You’ll find that the whole makes but one out of nine.


  1. Look for hints below:

    Hint: This is not just a math problem.

    Hint 2: Think Roman Numerals

    Hint 3: Let a cipher be duly applied is adding something to the end

    Hint 2: Think Greek Gods

  2. If we put it in roman numerals, CI divided by L would be CLI. Add a cipher (zero): 0 and you get CLIO. Clio is one of the nine muses.


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