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Puzzle 1006

In this sequence, which planet would be listed last:

Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Earth Mars ... ... ==?==

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[Ref: ZXEV] © Kevin Stone 



Difficulty: V.Hard

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Puzzle 1007

The beginning of a well known book has been encrypted below. Each letter of the alphabet has been replaced by another using a simple substitution technique. For example, A may always be represented by G, etc. Can you name the book?

Rqd Jmrr hxe Uwhe ojwrzi xqse hxe rwzxh
Hxmh Smrz hxe Omh iehi yjee -
Hxe xejki mje ixgh wr obje mrk xgh
Yqj tqqiek hwtt kmdr mje de.
Hxwi wi hxe xqgj qy pjwke mrk pqdej,
Hmtqr mrk hgix mrk ntmd.
Qx, xemj hxe nmtt! - Zqqk xgrhwrz mtt
Hxmh ueep hxe Vgrzte Tmd!
Rwzxh-Iqrz wr hxe Vgrzte

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[Ref: ZBQP] © Kevin Stone 



Difficulty: Easy

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Puzzle 1008

What is represented by this BrainBat?

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[Ref: ZEHL] Copyrighted. 



Difficulty: Medium

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Puzzle 1009

I once cashed a cheque at the bank. I had spent £0.68 before I realised the bank clerk had made a mistake. He had transposed the pounds with the pence. I now had exactly twice the value of the original cheque. What was the original cheque's value?

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[Ref: ZTLF] © Kevin Stone 



Difficulty: Easy

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Puzzle 1010

Using the digits 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, can you make 100?

You can use addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, as well as brackets.

However, they must stay in the same order and you cannot join two digits to make another number, e.g. 1 and 2 cannot be used together as 12.

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[Ref: ZUDL]  


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