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On January 3, 2021 at 7:14PM EST kranicot responded to EMC2:

OMG I LITERALLY didn't see those with my new glasses! Thank you very much!!!

On December 31, 2020 at 9:17AM EST EMC2 responded to kranicot:

I think those notes are actually dotted half notes, which would make them 3 beats. it’s small but there’s a tiny dot next to them

On December 29, 2020 at 9:54PM EST kranicot wrote:

I'm not getting where the 3 count comes in for two of the letters. The letters U and O are half notes, which should be held for 2 beats in 4/4 time, but the solutions is calling for them to be 3 beats. The "O" cipher has a rest before it, so I guess I could count that as the 3rd beat in that case, BUT the "U" cipher does NOT have a rest immediately before it, and the M cipher has a rest before it but is not impacted. This isn't making sense to me--I get all of the other letters, just not why these two letters are 3 beats. Also, there are no bars on this staff separating the measures, which I don't get. Can anyone explain?

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On December 31, 2020 at 9:17AM EST EMC2 responded to kranicot:

I think those notes are actually dotted half notes, which would make them 3 beats. it’s small but there’s a tiny dot next to them

On December 29, 2020 at 9:54PM EST kranicot wrote:

I'm not getting where the 3 count comes in for two of the letters. The letters U and O are half notes, which should be held for 2 beats in 4/4 time, but the solutions is calling for them to be 3 beats. The "O" cipher has a rest before it, so I guess I could count that as the 3rd beat in that case, BUT the "U" cipher does NOT have a rest immediately before it, and the M cipher has a rest before it but is not impacted. This isn't making sense to me--I get all of the other letters, just not why these two letters are 3 beats. Also, there are no bars on this staff separating the measures, which I don't get. Can anyone explain?

On December 29, 2020 at 9:54PM EST kranicot wrote:

I'm not getting where the 3 count comes in for two of the letters. The letters U and O are half notes, which should be held for 2 beats in 4/4 time, but the solutions is calling for them to be 3 beats. The "O" cipher has a rest before it, so I guess I could count that as the 3rd beat in that case, BUT the "U" cipher does NOT have a rest immediately before it, and the M cipher has a rest before it but is not impacted. This isn't making sense to me--I get all of the other letters, just not why these two letters are 3 beats. Also, there are no bars on this staff separating the measures, which I don't get. Can anyone explain?

On September 18, 2020 at 12:51PM EST SmackTheBongo responded to Gorgo:

are you aware that there are 42 theorems? Or are you still working on that one? You seem to be very intelligent so I'm sure you could do it.

On February 28, 2020 at 3:13PM EST Gorgo wrote:

I actually came up with the answer before solving the puzzle. I correctly deduced a few of the letters, but still hadn't figured out the encryption method. Using what I had, I thought of a phrase which suited the theme. It turned out to be correct. Then, when I looked at the puzzle again, the method instantly became apparent.

On February 28, 2020 at 3:13PM EST Gorgo wrote:

I actually came up with the answer before solving the puzzle. I correctly deduced a few of the letters, but still hadn't figured out the encryption method. Using what I had, I thought of a phrase which suited the theme. It turned out to be correct. Then, when I looked at the puzzle again, the method instantly became apparent.

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