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    Answer to the Code

    Sorry it’s a little late, I woke up 15 minutes before my bus came so I didn’t have time to go online. Anyways here is the answer to the code. The leader who used this code was Julius Caesar. He would take a bunch of letters, made sure that if you added up the numbers, it equaled 1, 4, 9, 16, 25, 36, 49, 64, 81, 100, 121, 144, 169, 196, 225, 256, 289, 324, 361, 400 and so on. Here was the coded message: TATETBELMSHRHDHERLEGEEEPEROHHORAYUYTCAERAWINAWKLYAMENKROAL HMOSVREINOOONOEONNDFLNEMNCVTRFEESETKMHOATS

    If you looked carefully, there are exactly 100 letters in that code. So obviously the square root of 100 is 10, so here is what you do.

    You write the first 10 (or if there were 64 letters, the first 8, if there were 81 letters, the first 9, or whatever it happens to be.)
    Read it from top to bottom, left to right.

    Here is what it says:
    “The Ramones are awesome they invented Punk Rock They are number two in the rock and roll hall of fame Hey Ho Lets Go Ramones”

    It really is a brilliant way to send something. Normally you’d think that each letter stood for a number or vice versa, but it really tricks you. Now you can send messages knowing no one can read them. Also if you really don’t want to count all the letters, copy and paste the code into Microsoft Word and click “Tools” then click ‘Word Count” to see how many letters there are. Not including spaces though. I wonder if the government can decode that…….. Hmmmmm



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