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Who needs Algebra? # 1

A cache by SeabreezeOZ & WA_Puzzler Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 03/30/2018
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:




This cache in one in a series of caches placed along the 'Wadandi Rails to Trails' to encourage you to get on your bicycle and take a ride through the countryside and enjoy some of the scenery along the way. There are lush forests with tall trees, bubbling brooks, native bushland with some interesting geological features and classic farmlands with cows in the paddocks and vineyards which change with seasons. More information about the trail can be found here and here.


Who needs Algebra? # 1




The cache is NOT at the listed coordinates.


To find out where it is, just solve this little logic puzzle using your basic algebra skills. Match the numbers given underneath to their corresponding letter to spell out a word. Enter this word into the geochecker below. If your answer is correct, you will then be given the coordinates where the cache is hidden.




23 21 20 24 22 15 11 17


You can check your answer and get the cache coordinates here.


Good Luck!


FTF Congratulations pood


PS Remember to look out for the number that is inside the cache.
You will need this number to work out the coordinates for the Who needs Algebra? Bonus Cache.

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