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  1. i dont understand # 4. hints?
  2. eh

    Carol is correct, it is arranged alphabetically. and this is repeat,but not from this site, i mean the riddle or whatever was already written
  3. eh

    this is a simple problem, think alphabetically here. no real decoding to do or anything
  4. eh

    not what i was looking for, but good call
  5. eh

    why is this # interesting? :-) 854917632
  6. :)

    look how the rest of the threads i've made work i put this on because because there's nothing new
  7. :)

    if these are replies, theyre wrong it isn't necessarily a # pattern or anything
  8. :)

    am i being mocked
  9. :)

  10. question?

    sweet! what if there is a fifth # would the column be 1,048,576
  11. question?

    so, if i wanted to do B23 it would be b=2816 2=32 3=3 so...just wingin it here 2816+32+3=2851, which is the decimal #?
  12. question?

    wait so, to get decimal or base ten u have to change the 10's to 16's. but where, in the scientific notation part of ur thing or in the 2000+5000etc. part
  13. question?

    wait, im looking at achart and b=11,8=08,9=09,andd=13, or 1011,1000,1001, and 1101 it's like decimal and binary from hex or sumthing, explain maybe?
  14. question?

    gaaaah im an idiot, i still don't understanad the formula, this is agitating lol
  15. question?

    u want me to turn that into binary? because that's exactly where im confused help...