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I really need help with this. Any ideas?

I think it has something to do with 1D arrays, as per the hint at the bottom. 64x10 implies that there is some sort of table?


You are looking for the contract giver: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ X

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2804903954483610883737834417608457590703642243634852520462773216290254839294 2960792519290439077426870686146038311574668449008531138045814476402100328045 2263788613276487909637095024068088163958558634865923229239445592165395916319 0401880208893873500404999284092475706715017255718313480533928514056046311045 3656383415056000396333944939914421179154963865759738413276236709657729911362 5555805229400754939460380589955237080247301722294091785344794696027578459160 281210064433987112551479476928102855314147429457924917774390275331665690624

2

4492340403223492837647792262565770898540162040827510506431248822710197082783 3229347018482617067577705903508795905684380824877977267004860151231505015518 7861417423527955032331012502720738838317510820053825737472250226940353108011 8752226579455652542062066326878882826716209900670144797295521564565949486636 1691308859666142059643467673516103672397291711017072275463626381954658469193 333844906704495873412064973247745391753539922095215884476098168225792

Hint: 2865585564620466687634541671748834939955221296568414724873721930589225149685 886516894699180874445836888733261859722782048256

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Size 64 x 10

You will need 1D year(s) to solve this.




https://i.imgur.com/RY2TXUF.png

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    $\begingroup$ You will have better chances of getting an answer if you post the numbers as text, so that people can run programs on the data to look for patterns. And perhaps you could edit the tags; this looks more like a cipher to me. $\endgroup$ – M Oehm May 26 '18 at 10:49
  • $\begingroup$ The numbers have 531, 449 and 124 digits respectively. Each line has 76 digits, but that's probably for formatting reasons. The solution requires two words of length 8 and 7 (including the final X). I also took the "you will need 1D years to solve" clue to mean 1D is hexadecimal for 29. If we're dealing with a cipher, it could hint at its strength/complexity. $\endgroup$ – Reti43 May 26 '18 at 13:08

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