Hidden
:
10/30/2006

In Wisconsin, United States

- Difficulty:

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Size: (regular)

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One solution consist of a five digit number ABCDE.

The other contains a two digit number AA and a three digit BBB.

As the cache name implies, the remaining 3 are nothing but

You are the pilot of a small commuter service at 0600 you take off with ½ the capacity of your plane.

At your first stop 3 people get off and twice as many get on.

At the next stop all of the original passengers get off and six get on bring you to full capacity.

At 1200 you stop at your third stop for lunch and have a fish dinner.

By 1300 you and 2 passengers board the empty plane, 2 more people board and you start on your first leg home, you have a little engine trouble and are forced to land at the same airport you just left.

One passenger deplanes, deciding to take the bus instead, the remaining passengers continue on with you till you reach your final destination.

Number of passengers on the final leg of your flight? Color and type of fish you had for dinner?

Determine the surface “area” of a frustum of a cone with a cylinder removed.

Where the height of the cone was equal to the "perimeter" of a regular polygon A, inscribed in a circle of equal circumference of the base of the cone and the sum of internal angles is 1620.

The height of the frustum only equals the "perimeter" of a regular polygon inscribed in the same circle containing 3 less sides than polygon A.

The sum of 5/7 of polygon B’s arc cords equals ¾ the circumference of the "cylinder".

The ratio of the hollow circle section at the bottom of the frustum to the top of the frustum is equivalent to the number of side of polygon [A] minus a "perfect" number.

The density of the Frustum is 4887 lbs per cubic yard.

010011110110111001100101001000000

100011001101001011100110110100000

101100001000000101010001110111011

011110010000001000110011010010111

001101101000001011000010000001010

010011001010110010000100000010001

100110100101110011011010000010000

001111001011011110111010100100000

011001110111010101100101011100110

111001101100101011001000010000001

101001011101000010000001110100011

010000111001001100101011001010010

000001110010011001010110010000100

000011010000110010101110010011100

1001101001011011100110011101110011

3(E+2), 5+C, 2(E+F), A+4, F-1

3(D+1)+2E, E, A+3

2(D+2)+1, C+2, 3E+1, 4E-4, F+3, 3(C+2)-1

XEROX PYXIES

CAN CAUSE CLONES OF XEROX PYXIES

Will except, Jeeps [White or yellow only those

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Additional Hints**
(Decrypt)

Yvsr'f n ovepu naq guna lbh pnpur va lbhe svir puvcf gb svaq na NZZB PNA.

Decryption Key

A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M

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N|O|P|Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z

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