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 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.





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