Problems 1-12

This is a simple code. Write down the alphabet, a comma, and a period, as requested in the directions. Number each of these symbols, and use this “coding key” to answer these questions.
Problems 13-24

This is a simple code. Write down the alphabet, a comma, and a period, as requested in the directions. Number each of these symbols, and use this “coding key” to answer these questions.
Problems 25-36

Think of the ideas of opposite operations. If the encoding key is to multiply by 5, then the decoding key is to divide by 5. The ideas here are the same ideas you use when solving equations, and need to decide what you need to do to both sides to solve the equation.
Problems 37-48

See Example 1.
**Note:** Homework Hints are given only for the Level 1 and Level 2 problems.

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On the other hand, the problems designated “Problem Solving” generally require techniques that do not have textbook examples.

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**Algebra.help**

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**Quick Math**

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**The Math Forum @ Drexel**

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This is a simple code. Write down the alphabet, a comma, and a period, as requested in the directions. Number each of these symbols, and use this “coding key” to answer these questions.

This is a simple code. Write down the alphabet, a comma, and a period, as requested in the directions. Number each of these symbols, and use this “coding key” to answer these questions.

Think of the ideas of opposite operations. If the encoding key is to multiply by 5, then the decoding key is to divide by 5. The ideas here are the same ideas you use when solving equations, and need to decide what you need to do to both sides to solve the equation.

See Example 1.