C = 5
N = 2
R = 4
W = 1
P = 9
A = 4
D = 0
G = 7
M = 2


B = ?

Hint : added some lines

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    $\begingroup$ B is equal to the answer the OP intended $\endgroup$ – North Apr 19 at 0:13
  • $\begingroup$ @North no kidding. To Soltius - is modular division involved? $\endgroup$ – Brandon_J Apr 19 at 0:25
  • $\begingroup$ Chinese remainder theorem! $\endgroup$ – Dr Xorile Apr 19 at 1:01
  • $\begingroup$ @Brandon_J and Dr Xorile : No modular division or chinese remainder theorem $\endgroup$ – Soltius Apr 19 at 10:16

Hint: some of these letters have much more than a single solution.

We just use basic topology of the symbols and see if they correspond: holes, tails, their connections and etc. The classes of letters presented are:
Just a line as in {C, 5, N, 2, W, 1, G, 7, M }
Circle with a tail as in { P, 9 }
Circle with two tails as in {R, A, 4}
Just circle as in {D, 0}.

With that said, B definitely equals


What makes me believe that

POLO equals 0.06?

  • $\begingroup$ thought it would be something visual $\endgroup$ – nine9 Apr 24 at 11:41
  • $\begingroup$ I would say W=3 under these rules, no? And surely M and W would be the same, at least? $\endgroup$ – hexomino Apr 24 at 11:49
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    $\begingroup$ @hexomino I might have been unclear, but by my set of rules M=W=3=2, so you're correct as well. $\endgroup$ – Thomas Blue Apr 24 at 12:14
  • $\begingroup$ How to prove $2 = 3$... @ThomasBlue XD +1 $\endgroup$ – Omega Krypton Apr 24 at 12:42
  • $\begingroup$ Good job ! To be more precise, the "equal" sign indicated that values on each sign were related by a homeomorphism : You can read more about it here en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Topology, but it basically means that if you squish and pull stuff on the LHS without changing the general toplogy (holes stay holes, etc), you can get the RHS (like a donut can change into a mug). $\endgroup$ – Soltius Apr 24 at 22:23

If a person wants a cool party, what will he say.

Wanna rocking party in big hall

Remove all vowels to get


Given are the position of letters in which they first appear in this sentence.

B = 14

This is the answer.

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    $\begingroup$ Is that.. a well-known phrase? o.O (welcome btw!) $\endgroup$ – athin Apr 22 at 12:20
  • $\begingroup$ No, I just constructed it :P $\endgroup$ – Martund Apr 22 at 12:25
  • $\begingroup$ +1 for fun ;) but incorrect of course. added new lines as a hint $\endgroup$ – Soltius Apr 22 at 16:46

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