Man seeks order and pattern in all things
Be ready to change your paradigm.
679, 378, 168, 48, 32, ______
Send your response by 8:00 a.m., Friday, May 3 to:
email@example.com(Any suggestions for puzzles will be happily received!)
Going through the alphabet all of these letters have a property in common.
What are the two remaining letters also having this property?
A, H, I, M, O, T, U, V, W, ___, ___
X and Y because they have an axis of vertical symmetry or look the same in the mirror.
Thank you to Nicholas Gould in Miss Smollett's Grade 5 class L.E.Reinsborough School - Dalhousie, New Brunswick.
From A to H is 8 . . . From H to I is 1 . . . From I to M is 4, etc.
From W to X is 1 and from X to Z is 2 adding up to 26 -- the number of letters in the alphabet
Andrea Pollock and Alex Nazarov
Royal West Academy, Montreal West, Quebec.
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