### Clue 1

Well, the URL doesn't work as-written, so there must be something else on the card that helps...

### Clue 2

It references a triangle, and there's a triangle on the card... What can you learn about it?

### Solution

With the numbers given you can solve for the area of the triangle, which is 51. You can then slot 51 or area51 into the URL to proceed.

### Clue 3

Not a lot of info to be had, but you can still solve for something.

### Clue 4

The correct solve will give you a suspiciously-familiar result.

### Clue 1

This one looks a lot more complicated than it is.

### Clue 2

Deep down, it's a simple alphanumeric substitution.

### Solution

This is a mutating alphanumeric. The first item in each sequence sets a start point, and then you add, subtract, multiply, or divide from there. So if you have "A+S" you know that A is A, and S is 19, so your sum is 20 or T, giving you "AT."

This sequence decodes to: My name is Chiamaka Mambwe

### Clue 3

The first integer in each sequence is exactly what it says it is...

### Clue 4

...but it mutates from there.

### Clue 5

Letters are always numbers and visa versa.

### Clue 1

This one looks a lot more complicated than it is.

### Clue 2

Deep down, it's a simple alphanumeric substitution.

### Solution

This is a mutating alphanumeric. The first item in each sequence sets a start point, and then you add, subtract, multiply, or divide from there. So if you have "A+S" you know that A is A, and S is 19, so your sum is 20 or T, giving you "AT."

This sequence decodes to: My name is Chiamaka Mambwe

### Clue 3

The first integer in each sequence is exactly what it says it is...

### Clue 4

...but it mutates from there.

### Clue 5

Letters are always numbers and visa versa.

### Clue 1

This one looks a lot more complicated than it is.

### Clue 2

Deep down, it's a simple alphanumeric substitution.

### Solution

This is a mutating alphanumeric. The first item in each sequence sets a start point, and then you add, subtract, multiply, or divide from there. So if you have "A+S" you know that A is A, and S is 19, so your sum is 20 or T, giving you "AT."

This sequence decodes to: My name is Chiamaka Mambwe

### Clue 3

The first integer in each sequence is exactly what it says it is...

### Clue 4

...but it mutates from there.

### Clue 5

Letters are always numbers and visa versa.

### Clue 1

This one looks a lot more complicated than it is.

### Clue 2

Deep down, it's a simple alphanumeric substitution.

### Solution

This sequence decodes to: My name is Chiamaka Mambwe

### Clue 3

The first integer in each sequence is exactly what it says it is...

### Clue 4

...but it mutates from there.

### Clue 5

Letters are always numbers and visa versa.