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"Find the coordinates, get out of the square. Then take one step back and see the answer." 44 – 45 – 51 – 15 – 55 – 22 – 35 – 43 – 55 – 35 – 51 – 43 – 32 – 35 – 34 – 23 – 45 – 21 – 44 – 45 – 13 – 55 – 33 – 12 – 12 – 33 – 25 – 24 – 21 – 34

Using the Polybius square, I got this answer: TUVEZGPSZPVSMPOHUFTUCZNBBNKIFO

However, seems like it doesn't make sense at all. I think I still have to "get out of the square then take one step back." Any ideas?

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  • $\begingroup$ What is this from? $\endgroup$ – Rubio Feb 4 '17 at 15:57
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Taking "one step back" hints at

A Caesar cipher of left shift 1, i.e., applying a rot25.

Doing so yields:

STUDYFORYOURLONGTESTBYMAAMJHEN, that is, Study for your long test by Maam Jhen.

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