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Maztergee wrote at 2014-12-24 22:46:44
These questions appear on the Geocaching listing of ..  The answers here do not coinside with the final answers on the listing. i.e.

N50 45.PQR E0 12.STU where P=A, Q=B-5, R=F-E, S=D-E-1, T=E-10, U=A-B

Each final answer should only be 1 digit, not 2 digits and no minuses.  If A = 6 and B = 13, then for U=A-B would = -7, and for R=F-E would = 13.. somewhere along the lines there are some incorrect answers above.

Graham wrote at 2014-12-25 13:08:00
The actual answers are:

A = 6

B = 5

F = 17

D = 19

E = 12

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