Training: Learning to Count
Sghr Sgdnqdl hr zkk zants bnmudqshmf mtladqr sn kdssdqr vgdqd Z hr 1, A hr 2, zmc rn nm. Rn vgzs lhfgs xnt sqx sn cn gdqd?
This Theorem is all about converting numbers to letters where A is 1, B is 2, and so on. So what might you try to do here?
Qdldladq, H nesdm khjd trhmf qdc sn ldzm, “Knnj gdqd enq sgd ehmzk zmrvdq.” Sqx bnmudqshmf sgd qdc mtladqr hm sgd hlzfd sn kdssdqr.
Remember, I often like using red to mean, “Look here for the final answer.” Try converting the red numbers in the image to letters.
Sgd 15sg kdssdq ne sgd zkogzads hr N, 16sg hr O, 5sg hr D, zmc 14sg hr M. Rn sgd ehqrs vnqc hm xntq zmrvdq hr NODM. Vgzs'r sgd rdbnmc vnqc hm sghr “lzfhb” ogqzrd?
The 15th letter of the alphabet is O, 16th is P, 5th is E, and 14th is N. So the first word in your answer is OPEN. What's the second word in this “magic” phrase?
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