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Drew888
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I've been trying to figure out this number pattern in the image below...Can anyone help please? My head is spinning :rofl:
Thanks :)
Thanks :)
7 16 12 2 8 19 22 15 13 22 18 8 6 12
7 8 26 7 8 12 14 25 22 22 14 26 8 15 13 22
and again
7 16 12 2 8 19 22 15 13 22 18 8 6 12
7 8 26 7 8 12
Drew888 said:Thanks for that Dave...I don't want you to waste too much time on this...I'll try and see if I can figure something out with what you supplied above.
Thanks again
I just don't want you to waste time if you don't want to that's all :rofl:DaveC426913 said:What? I thought it was a challenge!
Drew888 said:For a second I thought maybe the numbers are letters because like you said the highest is 26...
I honestly didn't know the answer. It's just coincidence that I said all I want to answer is "This Makes No Sense". The puzzle was sent with the words: "Figure it out. This makes..."DaveC426913 said:Hey, you fibbed - you knew all along. You were giving hints even while you were saying you didn't know.
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