# The Great Binary Puzzle - Part 2

You pass the first room to enter the second room. It isn't that dim like the first room so it is easier to see. You see another combination, but this time you see something scraped on the wall that's different from the last code. It says "54686572652069732061206c69676874206e6561722c2062757420746865206c696768742069736e5c2774207468652077617920746f207468652070757a7a6c652e2049745c2773206a7573742061207374657020636c6f7365722e". Right under it says "Six and a math term." What does this mean?

Previous parts:
Part 1

• This isn't binary... – warspyking Nov 12 '14 at 0:39
• I did say it was going to get harder. The puzzle is not just about binary you know... – kprovost7314 Nov 12 '14 at 22:08

"Six and a math term" just means hexadecimal, which is actually base 16 (not binary).

Hex to ascii translation results in:

There is a light near, but the light isn\'t the way to the puzzle. It\'s just a step closer.

• Right but the converter added /'s to it. – kprovost7314 Nov 12 '14 at 22:07

Take the code and paste it here.
You will get:

There is a light near, but the light isn\'t the way to the puzzle. It\'s just a step closer.

This is not binary, but rather, hexadecimal.

Hex to ascii translation:

There is a light near, but the light isn\'t the way to the puzzle. It\'s just a step closer.